A clairvoyant gives Reilly's (Sam Neill) third wife (Laura Davenport) hope that he is still alive after Stalin orders his arrest.
Vowing revenge for Savinkoff's death, Reilly (Sam Neill) investigates an anti-Bolshevik group in the Soviet Union.
In New York, Reilly (Sam Neill) works for a respectable business by day and a spy organization at night.
Reilly (Sam Neill), convicted of treason in Petrograd, suspects he is being made a scapegoat in London.
An anarchist shoots Lenin; the secret police catch Reilly's friends.
Reilly (Sam Neill) and a friend (Brian Protheroe) travel to Moscow to recruit help in overthrowing the Bolsheviks.
Reilly (Sam Neill) befriends a Russian minister (John Castle) who could help secure a desirable contract.
Reilly's (Sam Neill) wife leaves him for another man just before he must negotiate for crucial oil rights; with Diana Hardcastle.
Reilly (Sam Neill) tries to obtain plans for a naval gun endangering the British fleet; with Leo McKern.
Reilly (Sam Neill) poses as a shipping agent to help the Imperial Japanese navy acquire information on the Soviets.
In 1901 master spy Sidney Reilly (Sam Neill) involves a minister's wife in scandal during an escape from the Russian oil fields of Persia.