Most Rated Movies and TV Shows With Gerald Seymour
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1. One Day in September (1999)
R | 94 min | Documentary, History, Sport
The Palestinian terrorist group Black September holds Israeli athletes hostage at the 1972 Summer Olympic Games in Munich.
Votes: 5,474 | Gross: $0.16M
4. Harry's Game (1982– )
180 min | Thriller
Harry is an undercover agent for the British army sent to Northern Ireland to infiltrate the IRA and find (and terminate) the assassin of a British Cabinet Minister. Harry is alone, the ... See full summary »
6. The Glory Boys (1984– )
PG | 139 min | Thriller
Two ideologically-disparate terrorists (one from the PLO, one from the IRA) meet up in London to assassinate a visiting Israeli nuclear scientist. An alcoholic ex-government agent is ... See full summary »
7. A Line in the Sand (2004 TV Movie)
R | 100 min | Action, Drama, War
Gavin Hughes, an illegal arms dealer turned government informant, must travel to Iran in a terrorist sting that will earn him immunity from his checkered past, but nothing will go as planned.
8. The Waiting Time (1999 TV Movie)
148 min | Crime, Thriller
When British Intelligence Officer Tracy Barnes attacks visiting German politician Dieter Krause, solicitor's clerk Joshua Mantle is called to help unravel the events which led to the assault.
Votes: 69 | Gross: $0.00M
Seconds from Disaster (2004–2012)
Munich Olympic Massacre
TV-PG | Documentary
An examination of the deadly terrorist hostage taking and subsequent massacre of Israeli athletes during the 1972 Munich Olympics.
60 min | Drama
Andrew Marr deconstructs detective fiction, fantasy epics and spy novels - the books we really read. He unpicks their conventions to show how these books keep us turning the page.
Sleuths, Sorcerers & Spies: Andrew Marr's Paperback Heroes (2016– )
Andrew discusses the major conventions of the spy novel, looking at the development of the genre through a series of authors, many of whom are mysterious characters in their own right.