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An enemy power steals the location of four hidden U.S. missile-control centers. The IMF must discredit the information by convincing them that the information is false by setting up his primary agent, Toland. To make sure Toland gets the confirmation information they want him to have, they must bring in a Washington wife, Susan Buchanan, and lead Toland to believe she has the information belonging to her husband. Unfortunately Toland prefers to kill the women he uses to get the information, putting Susan at risk.
Jim goes to a park and collects the tape player from a fire alarm box. Two days ago, information pinpointing America’s four missile control centers is stolen. The thief, Major Barrett, and his accomplices were arrested, but the information was passed on to Colonel Valentin Yetkoff, military attaché at the Washington embassy. Yetkoff has to confirm the information is accurate, and he’s given that assignment to Roger Toland, his top agent in the diplomatic circles. The IMF must prevent Yetkoff from confirming the information is accurate and turning it over to his superiors...Read the full recap
James: Phone company. Supposed to check your lines.
Grigor: We did not call for a repairman.
James: Well, if I don't check your lines, you won't be calling anyone.
Susan Buchanan: Mr. Toland, I didn't want to give you the wrong impression. What happened a few moments ago had nothing to do with you.
Roger Toland: I'd like to believe that, but, uh, facts are facts. A beautiful woman hears my name and runs off rather than be photographed with me. You know, something like that could ruin my reputation.
Susan Buchanan: I've heard about your reputation. I don't think it could be ruined that easily.
Roger Toland: You're just trying to rebuild my shattered ego.
Roger Toland: To leave a beautiful woman alone in Paris is a sin against nature.
(after Toland is shot by his superiors)
Barney: Toland hasn't come out yet.
James: He may be a while.