Somebody’s Stolen Our Russian Spy (1968)


SOMEBODY’S STOLEN OUR RUSSIAN SPY (1968)


O.K. Yevtushenko (original title)

1965 Italy | France | Spain
Direction: José Luis Madrid
Actors: Tom Adams, Tim Barrett, Barta Barri

Agent Charles Vine finds himself on the trail of a missing Russian spy and soon finds himself involved in a bonkers plot involving Albanians and the Chinese.

Shot in Spain instead of the usual UK location. Never saw a theatrical release as it languished in a film laboratory until 1976 until finally shown on TV.

Follows Licensed To Kill (1965)
Follows Where the Bullets Fly (1966)


SOMEBODY’S STOLEN OUR RUSSIAN SPY (1968) PREVIEW SCENE



SOMEBODY’S STOLEN OUR RUSSIAN SPY (1968) MUSIC FROM SOUNDTRACK



SOMEBODY’S STOLEN OUR RUSSIAN SPY (1968) POSTERS



Music: Bruno Nicolai, Giovanni Simonelli (as Simonelli)
Cinematography: Federico G. Larraya, Alejandro Ulloa
Edited by: Otello Colangeli
Art Direction: Nedo Azzini
Set Decoration: Ramiro Gómez
Costume Design: Federico Forquet, Gaia Romanini
Production companies: Sincronía, Fida Cinematografica, Les Productions Jacques Roitfeld
Running time: 99 minutes (Italy) 101 minutes (Spain)