Production Information[edit | edit source]
|Aired: February 26th, 1989|
|Written By: Donald Ross|
|Directed By: Vincent McEveety|
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|Created By: Peter S. Fischer, Richard Levinson & William Link|
|Executive Producers: Peter S. Fischer|
|Producer: Robert E. Swanson|
Summary[edit | edit source]
Jessica is detained in Moscow when a spy attempts to smuggle a film out of the Soviet Union in her handbag.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
The title is a parody of the James Bond film From Russia...With Love.
Killer: Guards, on orders from Cultural Minister Melnikov.
Cause of death: Gunshots
Motive: To prevent release of microfilm implicating various Russian higher-ups, as well as his father as a Nazi collaborator.
Goofs[edit | edit source]
When Mrs Fletcher leaves the American Embassy (22 mins) and the maroon colored taxi pulls up. The camera crew's reflection is clearly visible in the passenger window.
Starring[edit | edit source]
Regular Cast[edit | edit source]
Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
Jack Bannon as Inspector Bernicker
Peter Donat as Sergei Chaloff
Anthony Geary as K.G.B. Lieutenant Fyodor Alexandrov
Jeremy Kemp as Minister Melnikoff
David McCallum as Cyril Grantham
Judy Parfitt as Peggy Brooks
Adrian Zmed as Bert Firman
Miros Kirek as Dukhov