In London, a counter espionage agent deals with his own bureaucracy while investigating the kidnapping and brainwashing of British scientists. –IMDb
Sidney J. Furie (born February 28, 1933) is a Canadian film director. Furie is perhaps best known for directing American Soldiers, The IPCRESS File, The Entity, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Lady Sings the Blues, The Boys, Gable and Lombard, Sheila Levine Is Dead and Living in New York and the Iron Eagle films.
Also credited with co-creating NBC’s off-beat legal drama Petrocelli, which ran from 1974 to 1976 (it was a spin-off from his 1970 film The Lawyer), he also directed Cliff Richard and The Shadows in the 1964 musical Wonderful Life. —Wikipedia
At the rise of the 007 mania, and the effervescence of the swingin’ sixties and the new wave, square secret service agent Harry Palmer was born.
Most of the same people who gave life to Fleming’s… read review
Veteran Canadian movie producer Harry Saltzman (“The Iron Petticoat” & “Battle of Britain”) teams with Canadian journeyman director Sidney J. Furie (“The Jazz Singer” & “Superman IV”) for this… read review