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Although released during the mid-1960s when James Bond fever was gripping the country, this thriller presented a very different view of Her Majesty's Secret Service. Michael Caine stars in the first of his three big-screen outings as spy Harry Palmer, here investigating the disappearance and brain-washing of several high-profile scientists. With its flawed hero and less-than-glamorous depiction of the world of espionage, the focus is on character and intrigue rather than escapism and thrills. As a result, its cloak-and-dagger view of the Cold War era is more than believable.
Michael Caine plays the ultimate ladies' man who's about to start reflecting on his lifestyle in this well-known portrait of swinging 1960s London.
14+ years 109 mins
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11+ years 105 mins
Crazy '60s comedy take on James Bond, in which a team of agents all named James Bond are sent out to thwart an evil organisation called SMERSH.
11–16 years 125 mins
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