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The Break (1963)

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Tony Britton ...
Greg Parker
William Lucas ...
Jocko Thomas
Eddie Byrne ...
Judd Tredegar
Robert Urquhart ...
Pearson
Sonia Dresdel ...
Sarah
Edwin Richfield ...
Moses
Gene Anderson ...
Jean Tredegar
Christina Gregg ...
Sue Thomas
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24 May 1969 (East Germany)  »

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Abrindo Caminho à Bala  »

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Great British Thriller
13 August 2011 | by (Essex, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Unlike what the other reviewer said Jacko Thomas doesn't make his escape from Dartmoor prison, he doesn't even get there. It's starts with Jacko Thomas been escorted by two plainclothes police officers (by train) to Dartmoor prison. he starts fighting them and jumps off of the speeding train with one of them. This one he later kills. He is then transported by a boat and a Landrover to the 'Tredgar's Farm Guesthouse' in the middle of nowhere. The next day three other guests arrive, the writer Greg Parker, Joseph Parker (who is played by Robert Urguhart, in almost the same way as he played Monckton in the 'Danger Man' episode 'Man With The Foot'), the last visitor is Jacko's beautiful sister Sue who has brought his stolen money. Fast paced and excellent direction from Lance Comfort. Lots of Twists and turns in the plot including Pearson 'phoning someone to tell them where Jacko is or does he mean Parker? and with Jacko having an affair with Tredgar's wife. Pretty good plot wise. Will he make his escape or not?


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