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The Quiller Memorandum (1966) was a Drama - Mystery Film directed by Michael Anderson and produced by Ivan Foxwell.

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The Quiller Memorandum

By Rick29 on Mar 14, 2022 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

George Segal as Quiller.When two of its agents are murdered in Berlin, the British intelligence agency MI-6 employs an American spy to locate the headquarters of a 1960s Nazi organization. Known only as Quiller (George Segal), the American follows his own rules--much to the dismay of his British han... Read full article

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Average Shot Length = ~7.4 seconds. Median Shot Length = ~7.6.
Screenwriter Adam Hall's billing is actually a pseudonym for the author of the source 'The Berlin Memorandum' novel Trevor Dudley Smith.
In adapting 'Elleston Trevor''s novel "The Berlin Memorandum", Harold Pinter largely altered the emphasis of the book to be less of a spy thriller and more of a meditation on the human condition and the duplicitous nature of identity.
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