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How I Spent My Summer Vacation (1967)

TV Movie  -   -  Adventure | Drama  -  7 January 1967 (USA)
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A man who completes compiling a dossier on a mysterious billionaire begins to get the feeling that he is becoming the victim of a conspiracy.

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Jack Washington
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Ned Pine
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Nikki Pine
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Pucci
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The Greek
Alberto Morin ...
Jewelry Dealer
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Mr. Amin
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Miss Karali
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Asher Dann ...
Spanish Sailor
Peter Camlin ...
Croupier
Frank Delfino ...
Croupier's Assistant
Francisco Ortega ...
First Spanish Man
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A man who completes compiling a dossier on a mysterious billionaire begins to get the feeling that he is becoming the victim of a conspiracy.

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Jack Washington: [repeated to self] ... the only thing I was ever better at than anyone else, was holding my breath!
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They don't make "Made Fors" like this anymore
13 April 2000 | by (Fayetteville, Arkansas) – See all my reviews

A chic, smart thrill ride of a flick full of cat and mouse, cross and double-cross with a clever and satisfying ending. I was 15 when I first saw this film and until today remembered it as a theatrical release--it was that good. It was a major topic of conversation at school the day after it aired.

Looking back, it puts me in mind of "The List of Adrian Messenger", another underrated, forgotten masterpiece. Hope springs eternal that it might be discovered and aired again but I'm doubtful. My heart skipped a beat when I saw the 1997 film of the same name (but entirely different story) listed on my satellite guide but quickly learned it was a completely different movie. I'd LOVE to see the 1967 flick again.


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