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Modesty Blaise (1966) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Joseph Losey and produced by Joseph Janni and Norman Priggen.

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When Modesty rings the doorbell an an apartment building, the second name down on the address sign next to the door bell says in mock "Dutch": Van Dijk.
Many scenes set in London did not make it to the final print. Among those performers featured in these deleted scenes was Maureen Pryor.
Peter O'Donnell complains that of his original screenplay, only one line remains: "What do you know about Wilberforce?" However, he accepted the invitation to write a novelization of this film. The book, based upon O'Donnell's original screenplay rather than this film, was a huge success and spawned a series of best-selling novels until 1996.
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