1963, MGM/Park Circus, 118 min, Dir: Terence Young

Sean Connery’s second 007 outing finds Bond scouring exotic Istanbul for an elusive Lektor decoding machine. He’s helped by sly Pedro Armendariz and seductive Russian spy Daniela Bianchi, and hunted by Aryan super-killer Robert Shaw and sinister, butch Lotte Lenya as stiletto-toed Rosa Kleb.

1973, MGM Repertory, 114 min, Dir: Michael Winner

CIA agent Cross (Burt Lancaster) is accused of treason and marked for death; Jean Laurier (Alain Delon) is the expert assassin sent to kill him. There's only one problem for Laurier: the two men are close friends.

1972, MGM Repertory, 100 min, Dir: Michael Winner

Ace assassin Charles Bronson takes on protege Jan-Michael Vincent, but as he teaches him the tricks of the trade, the master begins to realize he might be training his own future adversary. Twists and turns abound in this riveting action film.

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