Rent Undercover Girl / Undercover Agent (1957)

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Synopsis:
Undercover Girl (1957)
Directed by the prolific Francis Searle, in this 1957 Luckwell production, a reporter is killed when he was about to expose a drug ring. His brother (Paul Carpenter) sets out to find his brothers' killers, with the help of night club hostess Joan (Kay Callard) our "Undercover Girl". Also stars Jackie Collins.

Undercover Agent (1953)
Auditor Dermot Walsh visits a company to audit their books and is asked to deliver a package, but the package contains secret jet plans that are wanted by some crooks. A corpse in a bath, a kidnap, a bogus nursing home and a police chase make this an enjoyable British B movie. Also stars Hazel Court and Bill Travers.
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Directors:
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Producers:
Kay Luckwell, William H. Williams
Writers:
Bernard Lewis, Bill Luckwell, Guy Elmes, Gaston Lazare, Julian Symons
Studio:
Renown Pictures
Genres:
British Films, Drama
Countries:
UK
BBFC:
Release Date:
22/04/2013
Run Time:
130 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
None
DVD Regions:
Region 0 (All)
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
Colour:
B & W

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Reviews (1) of Undercover Girl / Undercover Agent

Undercover Girl is hilarious The better film is Undercover Agent - Undercover Girl / Undercover Agent review by MD

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18/01/2016

Undercover Girl

Rather silly and badly handeled.

Acting is poor.Direction by Francis Searle is non existent.He probably thought if the script writer can't be so bothered why should I.

The dialogue must have been put together by a monkey less loose on a typewriter and oh dear Jackie Collins,was really such a hopeless actress,you can appreciate why she decided to try her hand at writing.

On the other hand Undercover Agent has a much better cast,passes the time easily and provides a few laughs.

Again a nice 1950's period piece.

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