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The Swiss Conspiracy (1976)

A former U.S.Justice Department official is hired as a security consultant for a Zurich based Swiss bank when five of its clients are blackmailed.

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David Christopher
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Denise Abbott
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Dwight McGowan
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Robert Hayes
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Johann Hurtil
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Rita Jensen
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Franz Benninger
Arthur Brauss ...
Korsak
Inigo Gallo ...
Captain Frey
Curt Lowens ...
Kosta
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Sando
Hans-Joerg Bahl ...
Sgt. Schwand (as Hans-Jörg Bahl)
Sheila Ruskin ...
Corinne
Irmgard Först ...
Florelle
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When a Swiss bank finds that the confidentiality of some of its more vulnerable customers has been compromised it calls in an American investigator, who soon uncovers a web of deceit and blackmail. With old debts being paid off his own health is soon in danger, but at least he starts to gets to know one of the bank's female customers pretty well. Written by Jeremy Perkins <jwp@aber.ac.uk>

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Dirty Money, Dirty Secrets... See more »

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Action | Crime | Drama

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September 1977 (USA)  »

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A Conspiração Suiça  »

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Franz Benninger: Sorry, Herr Hurtil, but, uh, Mr. Hayes is another of the victims.
David Christopher: [while holding a drink in his right hand, he raises the glass, extends his index finger and smiles] Hello, Bobby.
Robert Hayes: [Points at Christopher] What's he doin' here?
Johann Hurtil: Do you know each other?
David Christopher: [Speaks softly to Hurtil] Yeah, well, not socially.
Robert Hayes: Answer me!
Johann Hurtil: The bank has retained Mr. Christopher to protect its clients, Mr. Hayes.
Robert Hayes: Protect us?
[During the next few words, he walks toward Hurtil's desk and stands on Christopher's right]
Robert Hayes: What are you...
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This is a bad movie, sorry to say.
15 September 2000 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

As a devotee of movies about intrigues, conspiracies and white-collar crimes that turn ugly, I was predisposed to like any story set in the glamorous-but-devious world of Swiss banking. And I like John Saxon.

But with very bad sound, clumsy credits, actors not interacting, corny music, a confusing plot (though I guessed the bad guy right away), a subplot more about middle-aged lust than romance, literal-minded camera work and a script so full of cliches there was no room for anything original, I had to give it a 3.

If you like skiing see "On Her Majesty's Secret Service". If you like bank fraud see "Shawshank Redemption". If you like conspiracies, see "Parallax View". If you like untrustworthy older people having sex, see the remake of "The Thomas Crown Affair". And if you want to see all of these in one movie, this is not the one.

I think the makers of this film were trying to make some sort of cross between the plot of a Bond movie and the style of "The French Connection". If you like car chases, you should see it.

"The French Connection", I mean.


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