The Ipcress File Blu Ray

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Featuring a quintessential performance from double-Oscar winner Sir Michael Caine and an iconic score from the legendary John Barry this stylised and compelling Cold War spy movie won multiple awards on its theatrical release - including three BAFTAs. The Ipcress File is featured here in a High Definition transfer made from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Harry Palmer a stubbornly insolent sergeant working for the Ministry of Defence is less than thrilled to be transferred under threat of blackmail to an elite counter-intelligence... unit. Palmer and the rest of his unit follow the trail of a missing scientist but when he finds a piece of tape marked 'IPCRESS' in an abandoned warehouse he suddenly becomes a marked man... Special Features: (Standard Definition unless otherwise stated) Michael Caine is Harry Palmer - exclusive interview with Sir Michael Caine The Design File - exclusive interview with production designer Sir Ken Adam Commentary with director Sidney Furie and film editor Peter Hunt Michael Caine Goes Stella comedy short 1969 documentary: Candid Caine Original theatrical trailer (HD) text less material (HD) and US radio commercials Extensive image galleries (HD) Commemorative booklet [show more]

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Released
28 July 2014
Directors
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Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
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Runtime
109 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5027626702342 
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Michael Caine plays Cockney secret service man Harry Palmer in the first of a trilogy of 1960s spy capers. Here Harry tracks down a missing scientist, only to discover that one of his own superiors is a double agent. The film's sequels were 'Funeral in Berlin' (1966) and 'Billion Dollar Brain' (1967).