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Private Collection (1972)

A man obsessed with his art collection. His wife obsessed with her gramophone. A thief determined.

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Mary-Ann Phillips
Peter Reynolds ...
Henry-Adrian Phillips
Brian Blain ...
Joseph Tibbsworth
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George Kleptoman
John Paramor ...
The Boyfriend
Noel Ferrier ...
Chief Inspector
Jerry Thomas ...
Superintendant
Gordon Piper ...
First Removalist
Dennis Lloyd ...
Second Removalist
Alma McCallum ...
Zelda
Les Foxcroft ...
The Citizen
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Mary-Ann's Father
Josephine Townsend ...
Mary-Ann's Mother
Andrew Paix
Cheryl Paix
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A man obsessed with his art collection. His wife obsessed with her gramophone. A thief determined.

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June 1972 (Australia)  »

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Going Once, Going Twice  »

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Thou shalt not steal, at least not TWICE in the same night!
10 November 2001 | by (Longmont: Colorado US) – See all my reviews

Likeable but quite unmemorable comedy about a couple of obsessed rival collectors who both hire the services of the same thief to steal from the other. Light-fingered Louis is played by (imported) Brit actor Reynolds who pretty much holds the thing together with a measured and occasionally inspired performance.

Obviously intended as fall down funny - it isn't, but nevertheless tries hard to please. Salvat himself, besides debuting as a Director here, co-wrote the script with Sandy Sharp. Rather dated now thirty years on, not the least being the clothing and dialog.

Aussie composer-stalwart Mike Perjanik, who has written music for just about every Australian TV series from A COUNTRY PRACTICE downwards, lends his musical expertise here.

A rating of 6/10 errs on the side of generosity!


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