Kino Lorber 2019-20 Home Video Catalog - Page 44

International Spies
Mission To Tokyo
Andre Hunebelle, Michel Boisrond
This beautifully restored collection presents the exhilarating adventures of French spy Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, code name
OSS 117. Opening the five film set is OSS 117 IS UNLEASHED
(1963), released after the character’s 1957 inception OSS 117 Is Not
Dead (not included). Kerwin Matthews stars as the debonair secret
agent who must battle against the Russians. A year later, Matthews
returns for the 1964 follow-up OSS 117: PANIC IN BANGKOK.
In 1965, Fredrick Stafford (the star of Hitchcock’s Topaz) took over as
La Bath in OSS 117: MISSION FOR A KILLER. After conquering
world domination, La Bath returns (with Stafford reprising his role)
to uncover shrouded Japanese gang plots in OSS 117: MISSION TO
TOKYO. The collection’s last film is OSS 117 DOUBLE AGENT,
starring John Gavin (Psycho, Spartacus) as the title character.
All films in French with optional English subtitles
OSS 117 Is Unleashed (B&W 1.66:1)
OSS 117: Panic in Bangkok (Color 2.35:1)
OSS 117: Mission For a Killer (Color 2.35:1)
OSS 117: Mission to Tokyo (Color 2.35:1)
OSS 117: Double Agent (Color 2.35:1)
Franklin Adreon
John Schlesinger
Newly re-mastered from a 4K scan. From
the depths of the fifth dimension comes
one of the most amazing spy thrillers of
all time! Justin Power (Jeffrey Hunter),
an American intelligence agent, aided
by Kitty (France Nuyen), is in a desperate race against time to save Los Angeles
from atomic destruction. Using a timetraveling belt, the duo battles an evil organization lead by Big Buddha (Harold
Sakata) with plans to import the bomb
Oscar® winners Timothy Hutton (Ordinary People) and Sean Penn (Mystic River,
Milk) deliver superb performances in a
true-story spy thriller that blows the lid
off the modern-day American dream.
Hutton is superb as the disillusioned
youth who can’t find a way out of the intrigue, and Penn particularly shines as his
scruffy, counter-culture friend who gets
caught up in the drama of being a spy.
and destroy the city of angels.
US/UK. 1985. 131 mins. Color. English.
USA. 1966. 91 min. Color. English.
Blu-ray $29.95 Sale $17.97 DVD $19.95 Sale $11.97
Ken Russell
Based on the novel of the same name by
Len Deighton, and the third film in the
Harry Palmer film series. Harry Palmer,
played by Michael Caine, gets an anonymous job to deliver a package to Helsinki.
His employer turns out to be his former
friend Leo (Karl Malden). Also the last
film to star Françoise Dorléac.
UK. 1967. 111 Min. Color. English.
Blu-ray $29.95 Sale $17.97
DVD $19.95 Special Price $5.99
1963-68. 530 min. Color and B&W.
3-Blu-ray Set $59.95 Sale $35.97
2-DVD Set $49.95 Sale $29.97
Blu-ray $29.95 Sale $17.97 DVD $19.95 Special Price
Joseph Losey
Her entire appearance changes with the
snap of a finger; she trashes villains without
missing a spiked-heeled step. Welcome to
the mad, mod world of sexy, stylish British
super agent Modesty Blaise. Monica Vitti
stars alongside Terence Stamp in this outrageous spy spoof.
UK. 1966. 119 min. Color. English.
Blu-ray Only $29.95 Sale $17.97
To order call 1-800-562-3330 (24 HRS/7-days) or visit


Powered by

Full screen Click to read
Paperturn flip book viewer
Download as PDF
Shopping cart
Full screen
Exit full screen