The Sicilians (1964)

  |  Crime, Drama, Thriller

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An aide at the American Embassy in London finds himself involved with both Scotland Yard and the French police over the kidnapping of the son of a Mafia boss who has spilled the beans back in the States.


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1 July 2016 | malcolmgsw
| Routine British thriller
Robert Hutton was only 43 when he made this film yet he looks nearer 63.No doubt the effort of keeping his film career going.By the time this film was made he was nearing the end of the line.Sharing the fate of many actors of his generation.When their studio contract ended and their careers floundered ending up in British B films such as this.This film initially gives the impression that it is going to be about the mafia in New York.However it immediately switches to Paris then London and bounces back and forward between the two via stock footage.The film is rather curiously structured.There are no less than 4 musical numbers,and they sometimes interrupt important plot developments.Once suspects that this is mere padding.The film is ended in a fairly routine way.

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