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The Rhinemann Exchange

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(NBC, 3/10/1977 to 3/24/1977, 3 Parts, 5 hours). Double-dealing and espionage in World War II as an intelligence officer is dispatched by the U.S. government to arrange an exchange in Argentina of industrial diamonds needed by the Germans for a secret gyroscope needed by our side. Adapted from the 1974 Robert Ludlum novel, the five-hour tale subsequently was cut by one hour and shown in two parts.

Production Company Universal Television. Director Burt Kennedy. Executive Producer George Eckstein. Producer Richard Collins. Teleplay Richard Collins. Based on the Novel by Robert Ludlum. Photography Alex Phillips Jr. Music Elmer Bernstein, Michel Colombier. Editor Anthony Redman, Rod Stevens. Art Director William H. Tuntke.

Cast Stephen Collins (David Spaulding), Lauren Hutton (Leslie Jenner Hawkewood), Claude Akins (Walter Kendall), Vince Edwards (General Swanson), José Ferrer (Erich Rhinemann), Larry Hagman (Col. Edmund Pace), John Huston (Amb. Henderson Granville), Roddy McDowall (Bobby Ballard), Len Birman (Asher Feld), Gene Evans (Colonel Barton), Jeremy Kemp (Geoffrey Moore), Werner Klemperer (Franz Altmuller), Trisha Noble (Irene), William Prince (Alex Spaulding), John Van Dreelen (Dietrich), Isela Vega (Anna), Victoria Racimo (The Creole), Kate Woodville (Mrs. Cameron), Bo Brundin (Heinrich Stolz), Ramon Bieri (Daniel Meehan), Pedro Armendariz Jr. (Lieutenant Fuentes), René Auberjonois (Dr. Eugene Lyons), Ben Wright (Dr. Azevedo), Anthony Charnota (Johnny), John Hoyt (German scientist), Charles Siebert (Sergeant), Thayer David (Industrialist), Zitto Kazann (Uri Bey), John Chappell, Mark DeVries, John Ashton.

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