ABC Movie of the Week/Madame Sin

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Madame Sin
Airdate January 15, 1972
Writer(s) David Greene &
Barry Oringer
Director David Greene
Network ABC
Style 90-minute espionage thriller drama
Company 2X Productions
Incorporated Television Company
Origin USA

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Madame Sin (1972) is a TV movie about a super-villainess who dupes a CIA agent into helping her steal a nuclear sub. Intended as a pilot which never sold, it aired as part of the ABC Movie of the Week.

Cast: Bette Davis (Madame Sin), Robert Wagner (Anthony Lawrence), Denholm Elliott (Malcolm De Vere), Gordon Jackson (Commander Cavendish), Dudley Sutton (Monk), Catherine Schell (Barbara), Pik-Sen Lim (Nikko), Paul Maxwell (Connors), David Healy (Braden), Alan Dobie (White), Al Mancini (Fisherman), Roy Kinnear (Holidaymaker), Charles Lloyd Pack (Mr. Willoughby), Frank Middlemass (Dr. Henriques), Arnold Diamond (Lengetti), Burt Kwouk (Scarred Operator), Paul Young (Naval Driver), Jack Weir (Chief Petty Officer), Gerard Norman (Lt. Brady), Stuart Hoyle (Naval Officer), Stuart McGugan (Sailor), Ian Agnew (Boat Owner), Gabriella Licudi (Nun), Vanessa Kempster (Nun), John Orchard (Revolutionary), John Slavid (Revolutionary), Barry Moreland (Musician)


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