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Dare I Weep Dare I Mourn
James Mason plays a middle-aged businessman in this East-West Berlin thriller, based on a story by John Le Carre.
1966 49 mins
Director: Ted Kotcheff
When West Berlin businessman Otto Hoffman (James Mason) makes arrangements to collect his father's body from East Berlin, he unwittingly becomes involved in a tense smuggling operation. Mason gives a solid performance as a man out of his depth in this thriller which also stars Hugh Griffith and Jill Bennett. Directed by Ted Kotcheff, this was Rediffusion's first colour film made for television.
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