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The Rhinemann Exchange

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One of four miniseries comprising NBC's Best Sellers anthology, The Rhinemann Exchange was adapted from the Robert Ludlum novel of the same name. Stephen Collins stars as American intelligence officer David Spaulding, who under cover of his musician father's concert tours embarks upon a number of fact-finding missions in Europe just before WW2. Once hostilities break out, Spaulding relocates to Aergentina, there to exchange industrial diamonds for a secret gyroscope needed for the American war effort. Naturally, ...
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Overview

One of four miniseries comprising NBC's Best Sellers anthology, The Rhinemann Exchange was adapted from the Robert Ludlum novel of the same name. Stephen Collins stars as American intelligence officer David Spaulding, who under cover of his musician father's concert tours embarks upon a number of fact-finding missions in Europe just before WW2. Once hostilities break out, Spaulding relocates to Aergentina, there to exchange industrial diamonds for a secret gyroscope needed for the American war effort. Naturally, the Nazis are equally interested in those diamonds, putting Spaulding in any number of perilous predicaments. Lauren Hutton costars as Leslie Hawkewood, one of those ravishing "mystery women" so common to espionage fiction. Originally running 5 hours and telecast in three segments on March 10, 17, and 24, 1977, The Rhinemann Exchange was later rebroadcast as a four-hour, two-part "TV movie."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/31/2007
  • UPC: 025195004879
  • Original Release: 1977
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Subtitled / Full Frame
  • Time: 4:08:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 35,647

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Stephen Collins David Spaulding
Lauren Hutton Leslie Jenner Hawkewood
Claude Akins Walter Kendall
Vince Edwards Gen. 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 Col. Burton
Jeremy Kemp Geoffrey Moore
Werner Klemperer Frank 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. Lt. 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 De Vries
John Ashton
Technical Credits
Burt Kennedy Director
Elmer Bernstein Score Composer
Michel Colombier Score Composer
George Eckstein Executive Producer
Alex Phillips Jr. Cinematographer
Anthony Redman Editor
Richard Collins Producer, Teleplay
Rod Stevens Editor
William Tuntke Art Director
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great screen writing for a great book!

    This is the way to portrait a Robert Ludlum book into a movie. Unlike the The Bourne Series remade recently, which completely changed the story line of the books, this mini-series follows the book very closely and still offers lots of intrigue and mystery. The cast did a great job as well. A well worthwhile DVD to own.

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