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Three-disc set includes: The Ipcress File (1965) Michael Caine is author Len Deighton's impassive secret agent Harry Palmer, in the first of the thrilling spy series. Palmer is assigned to investigate a plot involving brain-washed British scientists, but soon finds himself targeted for conditioning while dealing with a possible betrayal from within his own organization. Nigel Green, Guy Doleman, Sue Lloyd, Gordon Jackson also star in this exciting Cold War thriller. 109 min. C/Rtg: NR. Funeral In Berlin (1966) With the whispers that the Soviet general (Oscar Homolka) in charge of Berlin Wall security is looking to defect, British operative Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) is dispatched to get him to the West. His plan to fake the officer's death, and bring the "corpse" over the border, runs into an unexpected snag or two. Caine's second outing as Len Deighton's everyman spy co-stars Eva Renzi, Paul Hubschmid. 102 min. C/Rtg: NR. Billion Dollar Brain (1967) Having left the spy game to become a private investigator, former secret agent Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) is reluctantly pulled back into service for another mission. This time, he must team up with Russian counterpart Col. Stok (Oskar Homolka) in order to stop a rogue American general (Ed Begley) with a sinister plot to start an all-out war against communism using a high-tech supercomputer. With Karl Malden, Françoise Dorléac; directed by Ken Russell. 111 min. C/Rtg: NR Widescreen; Soundtrack: English LPCM mono; Subtitles: English; documentary; isolated music score; audio commentary; interviews; photo gallery; radio spots; theatrical trailer. Region Free