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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Count Five and Die (1958) DVD-R

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Starring Jeffrey Hunter, Annemarie Duringer, Nigel Patrick, David Kossoff,

Rolf Lefebvre

Directed by Victor Vicas



Print: black/white

Runtime: 92 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Count Five and Die is a neat British-made programmer set just before the

D-Day invasion. Nigel Patrick plays a British major who heads a group of

special agents, dedicated to misleading the Nazis into thinking the

invasion will take place in Holland. The Allied spies, which include

American Jeffrey Hunter and Frenchwoman Annemarie Duringer operate

under cover as the owners of a documentary filmmaking firm. The plan is

nearly destroyed when one of the spies turns out to be a Nazi agent. The

title Count Five and Die refers to the length of time its takes for the

traditional cyanide capsules (always doled out to secret agents in films of

this nature) to take effect.

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Starring Jeffrey Hunter, Annemarie Duringer, Nigel Patrick, David Kossoff,
Rolf Lefebvre
Directed by Victor Vicas

Print: black/white
Runtime: 92 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Count Five and Die is a neat British-made programmer set just before the
D-Day invasion. Nigel Patrick plays a British major who heads a group of
special agents, dedicated to misleading the Nazis into thinking the
invasion will take place in Holland. The Allied spies, which include
American Jeffrey Hunter and Frenchwoman Annemarie Duringer operate
under cover as the owners of a documentary filmmaking firm. The plan is
nearly destroyed when one of the spies turns out to be a Nazi agent. The
title Count Five and Die refers to the length of time its takes for the
traditional cyanide capsules (always doled out to secret agents in films of
this nature) to take effect.

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