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The Servant (1963) was a Drama - Film Adaptation Film directed by Joseph Losey and produced by Joseph Losey and Norman Priggen.

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The Servant (1963)

By Beatrice on Jan 23, 2018 From Flickers in Time

The Servant Directed by Joseph Losey Written by Harold Pinter from a novel by Robin Maugham 1963/UK Elstree Distributors/Springbok Productions First viewing/My DVD collection One of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die I loved Losey and Pinter’s savage Darwinian study of corruption and c... Read full article


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Tony: He may be a servant but he's still a human being.


Tony: I want an explanation!
Hugo Barrett: Might I have a word with you alone, sir?
Tony: Do you realize that what you've done is a CRIMINAL offence?
Hugo Barrett: Criminal, sir?
Tony: She's your sister, you bastard!
Hugo Barrett: She's not my sister, sir. So if I may say so, that puts us both rather in the same boat. He knows precisely what I mean. In any case, apart for the area being in your room, I'm perfectly in my rights. Vera is my fiancée.
Tony: What?


Hugo Barrett: [to one of the prostitutes blocking his way in the phone booth] Get out of my way, you fucking bitch!


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Wendy Craig replaced Vanessa Redgrave who was to make her feature debut but had to drop out because she was pregnant with her elder child (Natasha Richardson).
The first of Harold Pinter's three film collaborations with Joseph Losey. The other two were Accident and The Go-Between.
Joseph Losey's 10th film shot in the UK after he was blacklisted in Hollywood.
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