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  • Rated: Not Rated
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Released: September 14, 2021
  • Originally Released: 1965
  • Label: KL Studio Classics

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Masquerade is also pretty frank about its origins...none of it is as convincing, as inevitable as the plots bottled in Bond. Full Review
Maclean's Magazine
Jul 16, 2019
Not great by any means, but a film with more than its share of imagination and style. Full Review
Arizona Republic
Aug 18, 2021
In a period in which the screen has been frilled with nonheroes, Robertson is delightful as a nonhero in heroic situations. Full Review
Cleveland Press
Nov 20, 2003
Rating: C -- A sometimes funny satire spoof on spy films. Full Review
Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews
May 28, 2002

Product Description:

In this blend of action-adventure and spy satire, the British government has been negotiating with the Middle Eastern nation of Ramaut to lease their oil fields for drilling by U.K. petroleum companies, but at the last minute, the deal collapses, and Col. Drexel (Jack Hawkins), a military leader who has worked with the authorities in Ramaut before, is given an unusual assignment. The young Prince Jamil of Ramaut (Christopher Witty) is scheduled to take the nation's throne and become the country's leader. Drexel and his men are to kidnap Jamil, hold him until he is of age, and then release him once they've persuaded him to sign the oil lease agreement. American operative David Frazer (Cliff Robertson) is called in to help, and he meets Drexel at the villa where Jamil is being held captive. However, shortly after Frazer is confronted by Sophie (Marisa Mell) and a gang of agents, he's knocked senseless and wakes up to find that Jamil is missing. Drexel's superiors think that Frazer was in on the plot to free Jamil, and while Drexel knows better, it just so happens that he has his own agenda -- Drexel has been negotiating with Jamil's family to release him in exchange for a cash payment that would go directly into his pocket. Incidentally, if you have trouble finding Ramaut on a map, don't worry -- it exists only in the mind of screenwriters William Goldman and Michael Relph.


Kino Lorber Studio Classics

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  • UPC: 738329255435
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