The Spy with Ten Faces
The Spy with Ten Faces (Italian: Upperseven, l'uomo da uccidere, German: Der Mann mit den tausend Masken, also known as The Man of a Thousand Masks and Upperseven, the Man to Kill) is a 1966 Italian-West German Eurospy film written and directed by Alberto De Martino.
|The Spy with Ten Faces|
|Directed by||Alberto De Martino|
|Screenplay by||Alberto De Martino|
|Music by||Bruno Nicolai|
|Edited by||Elisabeth Kleinert-Neumann|
Paul Finney aka Upperseven; played by Paul Hubschmitt, is a master of disguise by the use of masks. His task is to secure a transport of credit money for the union of some African states. An international gang manages to steal this money and wants to use it for a base missile building project. Parts of the film play in Rome.
The Spy with Ten Faces was released in West Germany on April 22, 1966.
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