Loser Takes All DVD

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Adapted by Graham Greene from his own novel this witty glamorous comedy-drama stars Italian screen idol Rossano Brazzi catapulted to international fame in films such as The Barefoot Contessa and Summertime alongside British stars Glynis Johns Robert Morley Tony Britton and veteran character actor Felix Aylmer. Released in 1956 Loser Takes All is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements. Bertrand an accountant employed by a large London firm is called to the office of the Managing Director Dreuther to explain a mistake in the... accounts. Dreuther is highly impressed by the young accountant s skilful explanation of the error and hearing that Bertrand is soon to marry his spirited young fiancée tells him to spend the honeymoon not in Bournemouth but Monte Carlo at the company s expense! However events in the fabulous Mediterranean paradise do not work out quite as Bertrand had envisaged... SPECIAL FEATURES: [] Original Theatrical Trailer [] Image Gallery [] Promotional Material PDFs [show more]

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Released
28 July 2014
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Runtime
85 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5027626412845 
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Ken Annakin directs this 1950s British comedy adapted by Graham Greene from his novel about a high-flying accountant who tries to apply his ability with numbers to gambling. Rossano Brazzi stars as Bertrand, an unconventional accountant who impresses his boss, Dreuther (Robert Morley), with his methods when called to a meeting. Dreuther decides, as a result, to send Bertrand and his new bride, Cary (Glynis Johns), to Monte Carlo for their honeymoon, but the temptations of the local casinos threaten to end the marriage before it has even begun...