The Ipcress File DVD 1965 (Region 1 - Playable in North America - The US, Canada, Mexico, etc.) Widescreen. Color. Stunning digital re-mastering.
Starring: Michael Caine, Nigel Green, Sue Lloyd, Guy Doleman, Gordon Jackson, Aubrey Richards, Frank Gatliff, Thomas Batiste, Freda Bamford. Written by James Doran and W. H Canaway, based on the best-selling novel by Len Deighton. Directed by Sidney J. Furie.
In the spy-crazed film world of the 1960s, Len Deighton's antihero Harry Palmer burst onto the scene as an antidote to the James Bond films. Here was a British spy who had a working-class accent and horn-rimmed glasses and above all really didn't want to be a spy in the first place. As portrayed by Michael Caine, Palmer was the perfect antithesis to Sean Connery's 007. Unlike that of his globetrotting spy cousin, Palmer's beat is cold, rainy, dreary London, where he spends his days and nights in unheated flats spying on subversives. He does charm one lady, but she's no Pussy Galore, just a civil servant he works with, sent to keep an eye on him. Eventually he's assigned to get to the bottom of the kidnapping and subsequent "brain draining" of a nuclear physicist, all the while being reminded by his superiors that it's this or prison. Things begin to get pretty hairy for Harry. Produced by Harry Saltzman in his spare time between Bond movies, the film also features a haunting score by another Bond veteran, composer John Barry. Followed by the sequels Funeral In Berlin and The Billion Dollar Brain.
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"The spy story of the century... Spy man, spy man, what do you see? One murder! Two murders! And mine makes three!"