Michael Caine brought a touch of realism to the James Bond world playing bespectacled British secret agent Harry Palmer in The Ipcress File (1965).
Opening scene and portion of credit sequence shot on location in London's SoHo, Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr. as night-club owner buddies, grilled by Inspector Crabbe (Michael Bates), from Salt And Pepper, 1968.
Sammy Davis Jr. (as London night-club co-owner Charles Salt) co-wrote this fairly routine rock'n'roll number, but a nice performance, directed by Richard Donner, using a guitar as a prop, from Salt And Pepper, 1968.
Sammy Davis Jr. and Peter Lawford are Salt and Pepper (1968) two London swingers turned reluctant secret agents.
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The suspense-filled story of a young woman (Mia Farrow), blinded in a horse-riding accident who, while convalescing in a mansion belonging to her uncle (Robin Bailey) is terrorized by a psychopath (Paul Nicholas), who murders her uncle, her aunt, and her cousin.
A blind girl's (Mia Farrow) haven of darkness becomes a hellish nightmare in this bone-chilling thriller.
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