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Mister Jerico  [DVD]
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This was originally a pilot episode for a television series, and stars Patrick Macnee as Dudley Jericho, a suave and charming conman who sets out fo rob corrupt millionaire Victor Rosso (Herbert Lom), of his famous Gemini diamond. Rosso is obsessed with obtaining the stone's twin, and so Jerico obtains a perfect copy of the stone as part of his plan to swindle Rosso, but before he can start the con a woman from Paris called Mademoiselle Claudine (Connie Stevens) appears, claiming she has the twin Gemini diamond. Rosso knows that one of them is lying, but which one?
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This is very entertaining if you like vintage British tv/ ITC productions.
Network's UK DVD also includes some vintage TV interviews with Lom (promoting The Trail of the Pink Panther) and Macnee, the latter discussing everything from his lesbian mother making him wear kilts as a child to remove all hints of men from the house to his undistinguished war record and, naturally, the various incarnations of The Avengers (he felt Benny Hill played a better Steed than he did in The New Avengers!).
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Great to see Stead playing a different part. Crap movie though.Published 20 months ago by C. ARNOLD
I had been looking for this film for years.(Thanks Amazon!!)
I remember first seeing this film as a B movie for Carry On Girls back in the mid 70's. Read more