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1960s crime caper with Gene Barry trying to foil an international jewel thief in the deserts of Morocco. Using her front as the editor of an international fashion magazine, jet-set diamond smuggler Louise Henderson (Cyd Charisse) travels to Morocco to try and spirit a priceless jewel out of the country. Undercover agent Simon Grant (Barry) is hot on her trail, however, and quickly manages to infiltrate her gang, posing as a safecracker.
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The British DVD courtesy of Network is a handsome 2.35 scope transfer.
Network's DVD offers a colourful 2.35:1 widescreen transfer with stills galleries and original trailer as extras.
Unfortunately, what it actually is, is a dull and empty excuse to swan around Moroccan locations showing off endless ladies fashion photography shoots, and a slim plot tacked on the side about finding a priceless medallion.
Seeing the usually comical Leslie Phillips as a baddie is at least a small pleasure, but the wooden Gene Barry seems to sleepwalk through his role, and there is very little in the way of action to hold much viewer interest, with the first hour being all talk.
There are so many good caper heist films from the 60's that deserve your attention rather than this stilted dud.
As for the DVD- it is a nice quality print of the film if you like it, and there is a trailer, but for me, this just didn't cut it I'm afraid.
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