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you're mrs. anne donfield, formerly mrs. anne courtney. 'graduate of benington, 1960.' uate of the mit, 1958.' 'chemical engineering.' one of the top men in your class. mr. donfield...i need a man and i need him quickly. but he must've right background and he must be legitimate. because a certain party is gonna check him out quite thoroughly. you suit all of these qualifications to a tee. most importantly, you've just made rather a peculiar move you mean, like giving up a $35000 a year job with a large firm for all of this? i just wanna have a business of my own. would-would you mind, excuse me...would you mind.. please, get out of here unless you want some pests eliminated. ah, yes, we do want to eliminate one very large pest. but more importantly we want to preserve world peace. we want you to accept a position with a non-existent corporation manufacturing a non-existent product. what are you doing? - installing a telephone. oh, that's very nice of you but we already have a telephone. not like this one, you don't. i maybe out of shape, b
you are a very cautious man, mr. donfield. here you are. [briefcase lock clicks] [whistles] the balance of your million dollars. so? [sighs] so. this map. the red circles indicate the underground locations of the plants in alaska already manufacturing strigas in mass quantities. the blue circles indicate the icbms and the strategic air force bombers allocated for delivery. those are the primary targets. methods of assembly, analysis, production. and what is this? the formula for strigas. well? - hm. it appears to be correct. - appears? this paper represents my promotion to the position of mr. donfield, take your money. 'you deserve it.' mr. linkwood, how about having a drink, huh? 'course, your excellency. [briefcase lock clicks] mr. donfield, would you like to join us? no, thank you. i don't drink. [door shuts] move back, please. and what do you think you're doing, you fool? 'requesting verification of the courier he supposedly sent.' here is his reply. (kurasov) 'he says he has sent no one.' the premier doesn't dare to confirm the secret.
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