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Having just elected to depart Finland, Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) is forcibly recruited back into MI-5 by Colonel Ross (Guy Doleman) in Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
Opening scenes, the death of the title character (Ben Kingsley) in Delhi, Harsh Nayyar as assassin, then the funeral, Shane Rimmer as the commentator, generally recognized as the largest movie scene ever filmed, with over 300,000 extras, from Richard Attenborough's Gandhi, 1982.
Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) must stop a U.S. general from launching an invasion of Russia with a supercomputer in Billion Dollar Brain (1967).
Director Ken Russell is full of flourishes and Francoise Dorleac's cello playing is sub-par, as Leo (Karl Malden) recruits Harry (Michael Caine) for a job in Finland in Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
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After spending two years in jail, cocky fast-talking jewel thief Miles Logan finds himself on the right side of the law. Now a free man, Logan is determined to retrieve the stolen diamond that he hid in a building under construction on the night of his arrest. But by a stroke of bad luck, the building in question has since become a police station. Unfazed by this obstacle, Logan manages to con his way into the building and by posing as a police detective with hilarious results. His lively unorthodox style of working often raises an eyebrow or two from his colleagues and certainly gets him noticed, but does he finally manage to get his hands on that diamond?
Things go hysterically awry for a master thief (Martin Lawrence) when he masquerades as a cop to recover a priceless diamond he's hidden within police headquarters. "Two Thumbs Up" (Roger Ebert & TheMovies).
After a jewel heist goes sour Miles is forced to hide a huge gem in a construction site. After two years in jail, he returns to find that site where he hid the gem is now a police building. To regain his diamond, he must now pose as a LAPD detective.
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