BEFORE IT BECAME A CLASSIC SPY FILM, THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR WAS ORIGINALLY SIX DAYS OF THE CONDOR WHEN IT WAS A NOVEL BY JAMES GRADY.
NOW, THE LONE IGUANA BLOG GIVES US 28 TIPS AND TRICKS FROM THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR, A SPY COURSE BRIEFING . . .
1. Turner is known for being late, and taking shortcuts. In the beginning, he takes secret, unofficial exit to save time, and unbeknownst to him, it saves his life. Take shortcuts, make your paths and whereabouts unknown.
4. Now suspicious, Turner returns to a familiar apartment, a poor choice, and discovers men coming up the stairs. In order to avoid being seen, he travels further up the stairs, rather than go down, out the window or another apartment. Avoid the unknown as much as possible until safety is assured.