Perfect Friday

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Thrillers

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Time Out says

Straightforward thriller in which a staid bank clerk (Baker) becomes aware of brighter horizons when he meets the invitingly luscious Andress, who is more or less estranged from her impecunious husband, a layabout peer of the realm (Warner). He therefore evolves a plan, in which all three members of the triangle take part, to rob his own bank. Familiar stuff, right down to the airport finale in which all foregather for a last ironic flourish; but it's competently staged (after a queasily 'stylish' beginning) and well performed.
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Release details

UK release:

1970

Duration:

95 mins

Cast and crew

Screenwriter:

Anthony Greville-Bell, C Scott Forbes

Director:

Peter Hall

Cast:

Stanley Baker, David Warner, Ursula Andress, TP McKenna, David Waller, Patience Collier

Cinematography:

Alan Hume

Editor:

Rex Pyke

Producer:

Jack Smith

Production Designer:

Terence Marsh

Music:

John Dankworth

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