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Lady In The Car With Glasses And A Gun

Eggar, an English secretary with an international advertising agency in Paris, is asked by her boss (Reed, so sinisterly smooth that you know he's up to no good) to work overnight at his house. Next day, she agrees to see him off at the airport with his family, then drive his car back to the house...

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Finally I got around to creating a far better looking English language print of this excellent mystery thriller. Dual language English or French, widescreen print enhanced for 16/9 screens. Please note a couple of short minor scenes are in French only as no English was available. Runtime is just under 98 mins PAL. New artwork too.
Eggar, an English secretary with an international advertising agency in Paris, is asked by her boss (Reed, so sinisterly smooth that you know he's up to no good) to work overnight at his house. Next day, she agrees to see him off at the airport with his family, then drive his car back to the house. But finding herself heading in the wrong direction, she impulsively drives on - towards the Riviera and nightmarish happenings which include encounters with various strangers who apparently recognise her, assault in the rest-room at a service station, an interlude with an enigmatic hitchhiker (McEnery), and the discovery of a body in the boot of the car.

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AKA:Dame dans l'auto avec des lunettes et un fusil
Director:Anatole Litvak
Year:1970
Language:English or French
Format:W
Audio Quality:8.5
Video Quality:8.0

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