Otley

Overview

Gerald Arthur Otley Tom Courtenay is a British secret agent called in to investigate the murder of a suspected influence pedlar and document smuggler. He trails double agents and double martinis at a posh cocktail party before discovering the villains have the cooperation of top government officials in Parliament. Otley is pegged to masquerade as a possible defector to oust the criminal mastermind who plans to sell some stolen documents vital to national security to any enemy agent with the most money. Murder, ...
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Overview

Gerald Arthur Otley Tom Courtenay is a British secret agent called in to investigate the murder of a suspected influence pedlar and document smuggler. He trails double agents and double martinis at a posh cocktail party before discovering the villains have the cooperation of top government officials in Parliament. Otley is pegged to masquerade as a possible defector to oust the criminal mastermind who plans to sell some stolen documents vital to national security to any enemy agent with the most money. Murder, blackmail and auto chases dominate the action as the femme fatale Imogen Romy Schneider first has Otley beaten up by her thugs before combining forces to go after the real villains in this confusing and sometimes funny spy yarn.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/16/2010
  • UPC: 043396359598
  • Original Release: 1969
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  • Source: Sony Pictures Home
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 8,091

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Courtenay Gerald Arthur Otley
Romy Schneider Imogen
Alan Badel Sir Alex Hadrian
James Villiers Hendrickson
Leonard Rossiter Johnston
Freddie Jones Phillip Proudfoot
James Bolam Albert
Fiona Lewis Lin
James Cossins Geffcock, Jeffcock
James Maxwell Rollo
Edward Hardwicke Lambert
Ronald Lacey Curtis
Phyllida Law Jean
Geoffrey Bayldon Inspector Hewitt
Frank Middlemass Bruce
Damian Harris Miles
Robert Brownjohn Paul
Maureen Toal Landlady
Paul Angelis Constable
Robin Askwith 1st Kid
Kevin Bennett 2nd Kid
Jonathan Cecil Young Man at Party
Kenneth Cranham 3rd Kid
Barry Fantoni Larry
Robert Gillespie Policeman
David Kernan
Don McKillop Police Driver
Peter Murray
Katherine Parr News Agent
Ken Parry Businessman
John Savident
Norman Shelley
Georgina Simpson Young Girl at Party
Sheila Steafel Ground Stewardess
Marianne Stone
Stella Tanner Traffic Warden
Jimmy Young
Technical Credits
Dick Clement Director, Screenwriter
Richard Best Editor
Bruce Cohn Curtis Producer
Austin Dempster Cinematographer
Carmen Dillon Art Director
Carl Foreman Executive Producer, Producer
Dominic Fulford Asst. Director
Ian La Frenais Screenwriter
Michael Morris Makeup
Stanley Myers Score Composer
Don Partridge Songwriter
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