The Venetian Affair
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The Venetian Affair may refer to:
- The Venetian Affair, 1963 espionage novel by Scottish-American author of spy thrillers, Helen MacInnes; plot concerns burned-out former CIA agent enmeshed in Cold War mind control and newly invented scientific device sought by geopolitical adversaries
- The Venetian Affair (film), American action film shot in 1966 on location in Venice, released in January 1967; based on 1963 spy thriller by Helen MacInnes; directed by Jerry Thorpe, starring Robert Vaughn, Elke Sommer and, in supporting role, Boris Karloff
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