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Hide and Seek [DVD]

Hide and Seek [DVD]

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Ian Carmichael – one of British cinema’s most accomplished character actors and immortalised in the television role of P. Directed by the BAFTA-nominated Cy Endfield, whose credits include Zulu and Hell Drivers, Hide and Seek also stars Oscar winner Hugh Griffith, Bond villain Curd Jürgens and Golden Globe-winning British actress Janet Munro; the film is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Garrett makes several halfhearted attempts at escape, until finally Maggie reveals that she has taken a set of keys to try to help them escape. Maggie deliberately reads the road sign incorrectly and makes them walk in the opposite direction to where they should be going.

Starting in sixties London, Carmichael has some encounters which seem random with strange characters. It doesn't always make sense and the tone varies but the story and cast are pleasing enough to carry the film along.We are aware that there are films on the site that were added when the criteria for the inclusion of locations was very different from today and, as a result, there may be scenes missing from some productions. The ill-fated Janet Munro is quite charming as the female bait used to trap Ian Carmichael's scientist.

Marek has "sold" Garrett to the Russians for his knowledge and has arranged for a submarine to come before dawn to take him away. G. Wodehouse’s genial upper-class bumbler Bertie Wooster – heads a strong cast in this comedy Cold War thriller. It was one of several British films released in 1964 after spending well over a year on the shelf - others included "The Leather Boys", "Ladies Who Do" and "The Comedy Man". The subsequent play out - entrapment, double cross, confrontation with the bad guys and the growing attraction between the two leads is somewhat predictably formulaic but enjoyable nonetheless. Garrett is confused by the apparently secretive way that one player, Richter, transfers the knight chess piece to Melnicker.Not exactly the Ministry of Defence, this is the entrance to the Anatomy Building of University College London on Gower Street.

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