Live Poll: The Spy Who

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The list page: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls024899089/

Which one of these films, who have these words in the title,”The Spy Who ...”, is your favorite? And yes certain titles are being deliberate placed last in order to force people to read through the list.

Send your coded replies here.. (That second dot is a microdot in honor of “Arabesque” (1966).)

Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/Vwb5uSsCSFY/
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Posted 12 months ago

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“The Spy Who Came In From The Cold” is my pick. It is a great addition to any list involving spies and intrigue.
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the spy who came in from the cold...
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Hi rocky. 'Just wanted to touch base, since it's been a while, and tell you that I'm so glad you're on this board and that I get to see your classy votes and cool posts. :)
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Sorry. Never met him :P
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Lol.
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Suggestion: might be a good idea to ensure that exact "The Spy..." titles are there, even going as far as to adding all of them to list notes aking to "The Spy Who Loved Me" with title in bold. It might seem redundant from the first sight, but I've just scrolled through list and several titles are not in English and will appear so for many users some of whom might be puzzled with the situation. 

In my case Le spie amano i fiori (The Spy Who Loved Flowers) and Tod eines Fremden (The Spy Who Never Was) both appear with original titles so I assume it might be the case for many countries. 

Also, any plans on The Man Who poll suggestion? ;)
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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence.
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Oh, man. You got me going with “The Man Who...” I had remembered “The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing”., and was looking that up when I saw the film versions Victor Hugo’s horror classic “The Man Who Laughs”. I had started to look through the images of those film’s when I saw this image of Conrad Veidt in the 1928 version, I finally understand who was the visual inspiration for a Character in the “Batman”comics. Tell me who do you see from Batman when you look at this picture of Conrad Veidt from “The Man Who Laughs”?
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0019130/...
Talk about crazy connections!
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A couple of months ago, I did a "The Girl Who" face-off. 'Great minds think alike, lol. 
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Yeah, I saw it. It is a good one.
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Nikolay Yeriomin, someone already did a “The Man Who..” poll. Manya086 did The Man Who....
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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) is the only one I've seen. Great fun though.