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Mission: Monte Carlo (1974)

Two episodes of the TV series "The Persuaders" joined into a movie. Two playboys, Roger Moore, Tony Curtis, investigate crimes along the French Riviera.

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Val Guest, John Kruse
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Cast

Credited cast:
Roger Moore ... Lord Brett Sinclair (archive footage)
Tony Curtis ... Danny Wilde (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Terence Alexander ... Crane (archive footage)
Annette Andre ... Pekoo Rayne (archive footage)
Balbina Balbina ... Sister (archive footage)
Lionel Blair ... Quinn Travis (archive footage)
Leslie Crawford Leslie Crawford ... Ravel (archive footage)
Hugo De Vernier Hugo De Vernier ... Hospital Porter (archive footage)
Jean Driant Jean Driant ... Donuane (archive footage)
Susan George ... Michelle Devigne (archive footage)
Harold Goldblatt Harold Goldblatt ... Devigne (archive footage)
Charles Houston ... Jacoby (archive footage)
Hugh Manning Hugh Manning ... Chief of Police (archive footage)
Alfred Marks ... Pullicino (archive footage)
Michael McStay Michael McStay ... Vernier (archive footage)
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Two episodes of the TV series "The Persuaders" joined into a movie. Two playboys, Roger Moore, Tony Curtis, investigate crimes along the French Riviera.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1974 (Argentina) See more »

Also Known As:

Missão: Monte Carlo See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color
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Goofs

When Sinclair and Pekoo arrive at the gas station, a boom microphone can be seen reflected in the car's windshield. See more »

Alternate Versions

Originally broadcast as part of the TV series "Persuaders!, The" (1971). See more »

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Edited from The Persuaders!: Powerswitch (1971) See more »

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a real rip-off
18 April 2003 | by jonasgrSee all my reviews

I love The Pursaders but only gave this "movie" a 3, strange? Not at all.

When I purchased this movie on DVD I was expecting a movie, but it's not. Instead you'll find two separate tv-episodes where the first episode has its end after texts removed, and the second episode has its titles (including the marvelous theme song) removed. Basicly, this is what I call a hoax.

The first episode is even a cheap shot episode, all scenes take place indoors. The second one is a little better and here you'll find the highlight of this "movie", a car chase with Danny Wilde's Ferrari Dino 246GT.


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