Gambit DVD

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One of the classic comic-heist movies of the 60's Ronald Neame's Gambit stars Michael Caine as Harry Dean the cockney con-man with the perfect plan to steal a priceless statue. He just needs the right accomplice to play the part of his wife and Shirley MacLaine's Euroasian showgirl has just the face he's looking for. Events don't unfold quite as planned but then little is what it seems in a plat that keeps the audience guessing as it twists and turns to the very end.

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Released
17 April 2019
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Second Sight 
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Runtime
104 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5028836031680 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. One of the classic comic-heist movies of the 60's, Ronald Neame's GAMBIT stars Michael Caine as Harry Dean, the cockney con-man with the perfect plan to steal a priceless statue. He just needs the right accomplice to play the part of his wife and Shirley MacLaine's Euroasian showgirl has just the face he's looking for. Events don't unfold quite as planned, but then little is what it seems in a plot that keeps the audience guessing as it twists and turns to the very end. Features audio commentary from legendary director Ronald Neame.

An English cat burglar (Michael Caine) teams up in Hong Kong with a Eurasian dancing girl (Shirley MacLaine) to steal a prize statue from a Middle Eastern multi-millionaire. However, the foolproof scheme proves to be open to cross and double-cross, as the thieving duo begin to wonder just how far they can trust one another.