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Poor Hannay, of course, was heartbroken, but it turned out that Victoria wasn't dead at all. On this occasion my credibility didn't just whimper; it gave out a great yelp of affront.Richard Hannay (Rupert Penry-Jones) finds a terrified British spy on the doorstep of his London flat.Soon the spy is dead and Hannay is suspected of his murder.'Suddenly, I was facing the hangman's noose,' declared the voice-over.There was a lot more in similar vein: 'I had to get out of London quickly…', 'I had to find the keyword of the cipher…', 'I needed evidence...' When it stopped bashing its audience with a mallet, this adaptation wasn't too bad.