Topaz (1969 film)

1969 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Topaz is a 1969 film about a French intelligence agent who becomes embroiled in the Cold War politics first with uncovering the events leading up to the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, and then back to France to break up an international Russian spy ring.

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Samuel A. Taylor, based on the novel by Leon Uris.
Hitchcock takes you behind the actual headlines to expose the most explosive spy scandal of the century!

Michèle PicardEdit

  • Oh, the Cubans. I love the Cubans. They are so wild!

Francois PicardEdit

  • I've been shot...Just a little.


Philippe Dubois: I think I'll go as a reporter. I'm loaded with press cards. Ebony, Playboy, Newsweek...
André Devereaux: Ebony.
Philippe Dubois: I think Playboy is more my style.
André Devereaux: [shakes head] Ebony.
Philippe Dubois: Man, you're square!


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