History Film / HarryPalmer

23rd Apr '16 5:06:02 AM moloch
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Caine returned to the role thirty years later for two more films, ''Bullet to Beijing'' and ''Midnight in Saint Petersburg''.

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Caine returned to the role thirty years later for two more films, ''Bullet to Beijing'' and ''Midnight in Saint Petersburg''.Petersburg'' (and in the film ''Blue Ice'', played a retired spy named [[AdaptationNameChange Harry]] as a MythologyGag to the role).
19th Apr '16 7:35:31 AM moloch
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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. [[note]] In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.[[/note]] Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were actually produced by Bond producer Harry Saltzman, who recruited much of the Bond films' ProductionPosse to essentially make his own, contrasting "realistic" spy series.

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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. [[note]] In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.[[/note]] Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were actually produced by Bond producer Harry Saltzman, who recruited much of the Bond films' ProductionPosse to essentially make his own, own in-house, contrasting "realistic" spy series.
4th Nov '15 6:26:34 AM moloch
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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. [[note]] In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.[[/note]] Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were actually produced by Bond producer Harry Saltzman, who recruited much of the Bond films' ProductionPosse.

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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. [[note]] In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.[[/note]] Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were actually produced by Bond producer Harry Saltzman, who recruited much of the Bond films' ProductionPosse.
ProductionPosse to essentially make his own, contrasting "realistic" spy series.
16th Sep '15 7:38:50 AM moloch
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14th Sep '15 7:00:44 AM moloch
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# ''Film/TheIpcressFile''
# ''Film/FuneralInBerlin''

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14th Sep '15 6:59:52 AM moloch
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* ''Film/TheIpcressFile''
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14th Sep '15 6:57:52 AM moloch
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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. (In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.) Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were made by Bond producer Harry Saltzman, who recruited much of the Bond films' ProductionPosse.

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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. (In [[note]] In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.) [[/note]] Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were made actually produced by Bond producer Harry Saltzman, who recruited much of the Bond films' ProductionPosse.
14th Sep '15 6:47:52 AM moloch
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14th Sep '15 6:36:28 AM moloch
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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. (In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.) Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were largely made by the Bond films' ProductionPosse.

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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. (In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.) Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were largely made by Bond producer Harry Saltzman, who recruited much of the Bond films' ProductionPosse.
14th Sep '15 6:32:45 AM moloch
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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the flashy espionage of Bond. (In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.)

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The first three -- ''The Ipcress File'', ''Funeral in Berlin'', and ''Billion Dollar Brain'' -- were released in the 1960s, during the height of the Sean Connery Film/JamesBond films, and offer a grimmer alternative to the increasingly flashy espionage of Bond. (In this wiki's SpyFiction rating scale, the Bond films are Martini Flavored and Palmer films are very definitely Stale Beer.)
) Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this is that they were largely made by the Bond films' ProductionPosse.
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