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Cold War Thrillers: 6 Film Collection DVD
Cold War Thrillers: 6 Film Collection

Cold War Thrillers: 6 Film Collection

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Two-disc set includes:

Man on a String (1960)

Loosely based on fact, this suspenseful thriller stars Ernest Borgnine as a Moscow-born U.S. citizen in the employ of Soviet spies. When the traitorous Borgnine--working as a Hollywood producer--is caught by the feds, he agrees to put his skills to use on behalf of American interests. André De Toth ("House of Wax") directs; Kerwin Matthews, Colleen Dewhurst co-star. 93 min. BW/Rtg: NR

The Deadly Affair (1966)

A British Foreign Office worker accused of being a communist spy apparently takes his own life. Government agent James Mason, however, is convinced the man was murdered, and continues his investigation in spite of his superiors' disapproval and the toll it takes on his home life. Director Sidney Lumet's intriguing Cold War suspenser, based on a John le Carré novel, also stars Harriet Andersson, Maximilian Schell, Simone Signoret. 107 min. C/Rtg: NR

Otley (1968)

Waking up after a drunken binge, petty thief Gerald Arthur Otley (Tom Courtenay) finds himself falsely accused of murder. Suddenly, he becomes mixed up with Imogen (Romy Schneider), a sexy femme fatale who takes Otley on a wild adventure involving dangerous double agents, fast-paced police chases, and a series of hilarious--and nearly fatal--blunders. Wacky British spy spoof also stars Alan Badel, James Villiers, Leonard Rossiter, Freddie Jones. 91 min. C/Rtg: PG

Hammerhead (1968)

This swinging '60s spy thriller follows international criminal mastermind Hammerhead (Peter Vaughan) as he plans to steal top-secret NATO defense plans as part of an evil plot to take over the world. Now, it's up to daring American espionage agent Charles Hood (Vince Edwards) to stop the villain before he can carry out his sinister scheme. Judy Geeson, Diana Dors, Michael Bates co-star. 99 min. C/Rtg: NR

A Dandy in Aspic (1968)

Taut spy thriller follows Alexander Eberlin (Laurence Harvey), a British intelligence agent assigned to track down and eliminate a Russian spy named Krasnevin. A difficult task, made even more complicated by the fact that Eberlin and Krasnevin are one and the same. With his Soviet contact dead, this double-agent must run for his life, his former partner (Tom Courtenay) hot on his trail. Mia Farrow, Peter Cook, Harry Andrews, Lionel Stander also star; directed by Anthony Mann (his final film). 107 min. C/Rtg: NR

The Executioner (1970)

When operations in Vienna begin to go awry, British intelligence agent John Shay (George Peppard) suspects fellow spy Adam Booth (Keith Michell) of working for the Soviets. But when Shay presents his accusations, they are instantly dismissed by his superiors, who warn him against an investigation. Forced to work alone, Shay embarks on a mission to confirm his suspicions and discovers a truth more shocking than he imagined. Judy Geeson, Joan Collins, Charles Gray also star in this spy thriller. 111 min. C/Rtg: PG

Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.

Title: Cold War Thrillers: 6 Film Collection
Genre: Action / Adventure
Studio: Mill Creek Ent
Number of Discs: 2
Attributes: 2 Pack
Release Date: 4/16/2019
Product Type: DVD
Rated: R
UPC: 683904540188
Item #: 2143363X

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