All 24 episodes of the early 1960s anthology series following various spies around the world, real and fictional, as they go about their business. Episodes are: 'A Covenant With Death', 'The Incurable One', 'The Gentle Spies', 'He Rises On Sunday and We On Monday', 'To the Very End', 'The Dragon Slayer', 'The Whistling Shrimp', 'The Light of a Friendly Star', 'Festival of Pawns', 'A Camel to Ride', 'Never Turn Your Back On a Friend', 'Medal for a Turned Coat', 'The Final Decision', 'Do You Remember Leo Winters?', 'We the Hunted', 'Frantick Rebel', 'Castles in Spain', 'Snow On Mount Kama', 'Once a Spy...', 'The Liberators', 'Some Other Kind of World', 'A Free Agent' and 'A Tiny Drop of Poison'.
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Box Set, Interactive Menu, Multi-DVD Set, Scene Access, Uncut, SYNOPSIS: Unseen for over 40 years, Espionage is one of the rarest and most sought-after ITC series. Produced by George Justin (Twelve Angry Men) and Herbert Hirschman (The Zoo Gang), this anthology series of 24 plays covered everything from the then-current Cold War to 19th century China, from Johnson's London to intrigue in Kenya and Moscow. Espionage is one of Lew Grade's first successes with a transatlantic production team, featuring both British and American writers and directors (including three plays directed by the Oscar-nominated Michael Powell (The Red Shoes). With one play, The Whistling Shrimp, actually shot in New York, it's no wonder that this series attracted talent of the calibre of Roger Livesey, Stanley Baxter, Anthony Quayle, Sian Phillips, Donald Pleasence, Dennis Hopper, Patrick Troughton, Barry Foster and others. ...Espionage - Complete Series 6-DVD Box Set