Imprint Bundle Pack | September 2021
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October 27, 2021
Add the next 6 Imprint films to your collection!
The Harry Palmer Collection:
The Ipcress File (1965) – Imprint Collection # 75
Based on Len Deighton’s bestselling novel, the realistic, landmark spy thriller of espionage and counter-espionage centres on Harry Palmer, an intelligence agent assigned to investigate fears over British security. Produced by 007’s Harry Saltzman, with music by John Barry, The Ipcress File provides a downbeat, yet realistic and exciting portrayal of 1960s espionage.
Funeral in Berlin (1966) – Imprint Collection # 76
Harry Palmer is sent to Berlin where he is to extricate a Russian general who wants to defect. Director Guy Hamilton’s follow up to The Ipcress File is the second in the film series based on Len Deighton’s novels.
Billion Dollar Brain (1967) – Imprint Collection #77
Harry Palmer is blackmailed into working for MI5 again on his wildest “and most dangerous“ assignment yet as he pits hit wits against an insane billionaire and his supercomputer. From 007 producer Harry Saltzman, and acclaimed director Ken Russell comes the final film in the 1960s Palmer trilogy.
Big Screen British Comedy
Dad’s Army (1971) – Imprint Collection # 78
Britain: 1939. Walmington-on-Sea. The defence of this tranquil coastal town is in the hands of bank manager Captain Mainwaring when he assembles a motley platoon to become the Home Guard. The 1971 big screen film version of the much-loved and long-running BBC comedy series.
Steptoe & Son (1972) – Imprint Collection # 79
The bright lights of the West End beckon for Harold when he marries a stripper, but his ever-resentful father tags along on their honeymoon bringing an end to wedded bliss. The 1972 big screen film version of the much-loved and long-running BBC comedy series.
Steptoe & Son Ride Again (1973) – Imprint Collection # 80
The Steptoe’s loyal, but past-it horse must be sent off to the knacker’s yard. Instead of buying a new nag, a drunken Harold blows their savings on a greyhound in the belief it will win them a fortune. The 1973 big screen sequel based on the much-loved and long-running BBC comedy series.
Are You Being Served? (1977) – Imprint Collection # 81
The staff of Grace Bros. Ladies and Gentlemen’s department head to the sun-kissed shores of the Costa Plonka for the holiday of a lifetime while the store is redecorated. The 1977 big screen film version of the much-loved and long-running BBC comedy series.
The Browning Version – Imprint Collection # 82, 83
The Browning Version (1951)
Michael Redgrave gives the performance of a lifetime in this classic adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s play. Directed By Anthony Asquith
The Browning Version (1994)
Albert Finney’s portrayal of retiring classics teacher, Andrew Crocker Harris, is a marvellous and understated performance in this richly layered work of truth, tears and triumph. A beautifully realized updated version of this timeless classic by Director Mike Figgis. Starring Albert Finney, Matthew Modine & Greta Scacchi .
A Reflection of Fear (1972) – Imprint Collection # 84
A disturbed young girl starts believing that there is something very sinister at work after her estranged father visits her at her mother and grandmother’s house with the woman he plans to marry.William A. Fraker’s bizarre 1972 thriller gets its Blu-Ray debut.
Ned Kelly (1970) – Imprint Collection # 85
Based on the fascinating true-life story of the 19th-century Australian Armored Bandit, Ned Kelly is a powerful, action-packed adventure that thrillingly captures a bold and lawless era. When their mother is unfairly persecuted by police, Ned Kelly (Jagger) and his brother Dan earn money for her defense by selling homemade liquor. But what begins as a simple moonshine operation quickly escalates into a series of armed robberies, desperate pursuits and deadly confrontations. Soon, Ned finds himself revered throughout the country as a larger-than-life sagebrush hero even as the law closes in and prepares for an all-out war. Rock superstar Mick Jagger gives a dynamic screen performance in this explosive tale from Academy Award-winning director Tony Richardson.
The Assassination Bureau (1969) – Imprint Collection # 86
Oliver Reed and Diana Rigg head an impeccable cast in The Assassination Bureau, a spirited caper inspired by a book co-written by Jack London. Reed plays Ivan, the self-confident chief of an association of hitmen for hire, who will refuse no well-paid offer –especially the lucrative challenge of an aspiring reporter (Rigg). Reasoning that a running cat-and-mouse duel with his henchmen will rid the organization of incompetents, Ivan agrees to become the object of a nonstop hunt. The game is afoot…and Europe is the playground! The Assassination Bureau is a lavishly produced comic sendup with unforgettable performances from Oliver Reed & Diana Rigg.