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Modesty Blaise

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starring
Monica Vitti
Terence Stamp Dirk Bogarde
Glamorous Modesty Blaise , dauntless heroine of countless strip-cartoon adventures, is called in by HM Government to protect a consignment of diamonds destined for an Arab state. Modesty insists that her partner in crime,
Willie Garvin , is included in the contract and they are soon grappling with all the forces of arch-criminal
Gabriel as the action hurtles from London to Amsterdam and Sicily.
Minister ...... ALEXANDER KNOX Screenplay by EVAN JONES based on the EveningStandardcomic strip created by PETER O'DONNELL and JIM HOLDAWAY
Produced by JOSEPH JANNI Directed by JOSEPH LOSEY
0 FILMS: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Monica Vitti
Unknown: Terence Stamp
Unknown: Dirk Bogarde
Unknown: Modesty Blaise
Unknown: Willie Garvin
Play By: Evan Jones
Unknown: Peter O'Donnell
Produced By: Joseph Janni
Directed By: Joseph Losey
Modesty Blaise: Monica Vitti
Willie Garvin: Terence Stamp
Gabriel: Dirk Bogarde
Sir Gerald Tarrant: Harry Andrews
Paul Hagan: Michael Craig
Melina: Scilla Gabrel
Nicole: Tina Marquand
McWhirter: Clive Revill
Mrs Fothergill: Rossella Falk
Creviar: Joe Melia
Walter: Lex Schoorel
Pacco: Silvan
Hans: Jon Bluming
Enrico: Roberto Bisacco
Basilio: Sara Urzi
Friar: Guiseppe Paganelli

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