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They Killed One Man Too Many... Hers!

Yesterday I caught an old British black and white crime movie from 1961. Directed by Sidney Hayers (“Circus Of Horrors”, “Night Of The Eagle”), the film was inexplicably titled “I Promised To Pay” for the US market, but went under the title… 424 more words



I saw a bit of this film once playing on a TV in a bar in the mid-afternoon, and I was amazed. Had no idea what it was, though I recognized Jack Hawkins and was surprised to see him dressed as a Nazi. 617 more words


The Prisoner: episode 17 - Fall Out - the final discursion

Fall Out was the seventeenth and final episode of The Prisoner to be produced and broadcast. It was written and directed by Patrick McGoohan, although the Red Judge’s speeches were written (uncredited) by Kenneth Griffith, at McGoohan’s request. 1,531 more words

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The Prisoner: episode 15 - The Girl Who Was Death - discursion

The Girl Who Was Death was the fifteenth episode of The Prisoner to be broadcast and the sixteenth to go into production. It was written by Terence Feely, based on a story by David Tomblin and was directed by Tomblin himself. 1,226 more words

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The Prisoner: episode 15 - The Girl Who Was Death - synopsis

Thunder crashes. The normal credits sequence runs.
We open upon a painted scene of an Edwardian cricket match, spread across two pages of a book held open by a pair of hands. 2,295 more words

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Kenneth Griffith

We are currently working on finding a space to hang a one sheet poster of Only Two Can Play, the classic 1962 comedy filmed around Swansea which starred Peter Sellers and Kenneth Griffith and based on the Kingsley Amis novel That Uncertain Feeling.   111 more words