Passport to Oblivion

Starring: James Bond – George Lazenby

Passport to Oblivion’, set in 1964, has astonishing parallels with today’s allegations of Russian interference in politics of the West, unrest in the Middle East, and seems very fresh and relevant.

Who was ‘K’ and why was he killed? Who is the mysterious girl in Rome? Why are the Russians basing their covert operations in Iran? And why is the Deputy Head of MI6 sifting through filing cabinets for the name of a man he knew in Burma twenty years ago? None of these questions should concern quick-witted Dr. Jason Love (who made his home in the UK from Australia after seeing action in WWII and now resides in Somerset as a contentedly middle-aged country practitioner) until – with the promise of a rare sports car as his reward (his passion outside of medicine) – he undertakes a seemingly insignificant rendezvous for MI6 that changes his quiet country life forever.

The Sunday Times said in the 1960s: “Dr. Love is, like John Buchan’s Richard Hannay in ‘The 39 Steps’, the ultimate amateur spy, out of his depth but determined to complete his mission.”


  • George Lazenby
  • Glynis Barber
  • Terence Stamp
  • Nickolas Grace
  • Michael Brandon
  • Barnaby Eaton-Jones
  • Terry Molloy
  • Ben Perkins
  • Dana Hagioo
  • Clive Mantle
  • Missy Malek
  • Carla Mendonca
  • Gary Andrews
  • Andrew James Spooner
  • Kim Jones