Harold, a prosperous English gangster, is about to close a lucrative new deal when bombs start showing up in very inconvenient places. A mysterious syndicate is trying to muscle in on his action, and Harold wants to know who they are. He finds out soon enough, and bloody mayhem ensues.
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What should have been the greatest day of Harold's life suddenly becomes the longest.
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A version made for American audiences begins with the screen showing a glossary of Cockney and London mobster terms, along with their definitions, that are employed throughout the film. It has been suggested that this inspired Quentin Tarantino to begin Pulp Fiction with a written definition of "pulp fiction". See more
Blood on Harold's shirt after his final "altercation" with Jeff. In the cabin the blood only comes to 2 or 3 buttons down from the top, when he leaves the boat it's up to his top button. See more
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