The Man Who Never Was is a 1966 ABC-TV television series starring Robert Lansing and Dana Wynter. It was produced by 20th Century Fox Television, was filmed in Europe. Lansing plays the role of Peter Murphy, an American spy. One evening, as the spy is being chased through the streets, he sees Wainwright (an influential playboy millionaire who is his exact double) drunkenly stumbling out of a bar. Stunned at the physical resemblance, Murphy unwittingly allows enemy agents to kill Wainwright, after which he assumes his identity. Although Wainwright's wife, Eva, realises that Murphy is not her husband, she allows him to continue the impersonation, because it is financially convenient, and because she is moved by his treatment of her. Murphy and Eva eventually fall in love. Two movies were made by editing episodes together, "The Spy with the Perfect Cover" and "Danger Has Two Faces".