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The Professionals (1960)

| Crime, Drama | 1960 (UK)
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Philip Bowman
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Inspector Rankin
Colette Wilde ...
Ruth
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Lawson
Vilma Ann Leslie ...
Mabel
Edward Cast ...
Clayton
Charles Vance ...
Eddie Holden
Jack May ...
Edwards
Eric Corrie ...
Detective
Arthur Skinner ...
Plainclothes Man
Douglas Muir ...
Beaumont
David Williams ...
Constable
Arthur Hewlett ...
Hoskins
Patrick Boxill ...
Renagan
Stuart Hillier ...
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A British cinema second feature, it was later screened on television in America in 1961 as the first episode of Kraft Mystery Theater (1959). See more »

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15 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Quite an efficient little thriller. Producer Norman Priggen was later associated with Joseph Losey ("The Servant", "King and Country", "Modesty Blaise", "Accident"), and it's of more than passing interest to view one of his earlier productions. True, this same, safe-breaking formula has been used in many other movies, but the smooth direction and quietly assured acting lend it a freshness and suspense that will keep most audiences reasonably entertained for the first half of the cinema program. As might be expected, production values are modest, but they are skilfully deployed.

Additional credits: Production manager: Pat Morton. Set continuity: Splinters Deeson. Camera operator: David Harcourt. Costumes: Morris Angel. Assistant director: Fred Slark.


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