Code Name: Heraclitus

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Code Name: Heraclitus
Directed by James Goldstone
Produced by Jack Laird
Gordon Oliver
Written by Alvin Sapinsley
Starring Stanley Baker
Leslie Nielsen
Jack Weston
Sheree North
Music by Johnny Mandel
Cinematography Bud Thackery
Distributed by Morpics
Universal
Release date
  • January 1, 1967 (1967-01-01)
Running time
88 Min.
60 Min.
Country United States
Language English

Code Name: Heraclitus is a 1967 American thriller film starring Stanley Baker and Leslie Nielsen. The film originally was a television pilot[1] that appeared as two episodes of Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre in January 1967.

Plot[edit]

Stanley Baker stars as a British spy who investigates the past of Lydia Constantine (Signe Hasso), the widow of secret agent Constantine (Kurt Kasznar). Lydia is suspected of selling cold war secrets to the Communists. To ascertain the truth, it is necessary to "rebuild" agent Constantine and send his living counterpart behind the Iron Curtain. When agent Constantine is "rebuilt" he doesn't remember anything.

Cast[edit]

Stanley Baker : Frank G. Wheatley
Leslie Nielsen : Fryer
Jack Weston : Gerberman
Sheree North : Sally
Kurt Kasznar : Constantine
Signe Hasso : Lydia Constantine
Ricardo Montalban : Janáček

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Terrace, Vincent Encyclopedia of Television Pilots, 1937-2012 McFarland, 01/01/2013

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