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The Ipcress File


Michael Caine, Nigel Green, Guy Doleman, Sue Lloyd View All


Sidney J. Furie (Director), W.H. Canaway (Screenplay), James Doran (Screenplay) View All

Release: Mar. 18th, 1965
Runtime: 1 hour, 49 minutes
Sly and dry intelligence agent Harry Palmer is tasked with investigating British Intelligence security, and is soon enmeshed in a world of double-dealing, kidnap and murder when he finds a traitor operating at the heart of the secret service.
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Given the timeframe, subject matter and some of the behind-the-scenes collaborators (producer Harry Saltzman and composer John Barry being the most obvious), it's hard not to think of The Ipcress File as being a deliberately cynical response to the glamourous escapism of the James Bond franchise.


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