Breaking Point / Man From Tangier

Release Date: 18 April 2011 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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Breaking Point
A 1961 Butchers production made at Walton Studios. Peter Reynolds plays a 'nar do well' nephew of a successful printing company owner. His marriage to Johanna Dunham - who went on to star in the series Van Der Valk -is on the rocks his work at the printing firm is rather mundane until a small Eastern state "Lalvador" wanting plates made for their currency is the target of hostile forces. Reyonds is set up by the spies meanwhile Dermot Walsh of Richard The Lionheart fame closes in on Reynolds wife...typical B feature of the era, picture and sound of good quality.

Man From Tangier
Action starts in Tangier with a murder and a robbery. Voss (Martin Benson) one of the master crooks is after the thief who stole the plates and Michele (Lisa Gastoni) his unwilling moll is sent to retrieve them. Enter Collins (Robert Hutton) an American stunt man who, whilst having a haircut, his coat is accidentally switched which puts him right in the middle of the intrigue.. Good shots of Victoria station, Humber hawks etc. The story moves at a good pace and the picture and sound are of good quality
Release Date: 18 April 2011
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Directed by: Ernest Morris

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Catalogue No: 194746