The Dirty Game

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The Dirty Game
American release film poster by Reynold Brown
Directed by Christian-Jaque
Werner Klingler
Carlo Lizzani
Terence Young
Produced by Richard Hellman
Eugène Tucherer
Written by Philippe Bouvard
Jacques Caborie
Ennio De Concini
Jo Eisinger
Jacques Rémy
Starring Henry Fonda
Music by Robert Mellin, Gian Piero Reverberi
Cinematography Richard Angst
Edited by Franco Fraticelli
Release dates
  • 23 June 1965 (1965-06-23)
Running time 118 minutes
Country United States
West Germany
Language English

The Dirty Game (German: Spione unter sich, French: Guerre secrète, Italian: La guerra segreta) is a 1965 anthology spy film starring Henry Fonda and Robert Ryan.[1]

The original film had Robert Ryan linking four different spy stories, each helmed by a different director; original James Bond director Terence Young for the English sequences, Christian-Jaque for the French, Carlo Lizzani for the Italian and Werner Klingler for the German sequences, but the German sequences were cut for the American release.


A man tells of three different spy missions he took part in.


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  1. ^ "New York Times: The Dirty Game". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-10-20. 

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