Sleuth
Sleuth (1972) - Michael Caine Sir Lawrence Olivier
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Click here for an instant download of an extended length version

(2hrs18min) of this great movie - beats the remake version all te hell,
I'm sure. This is just a 2.9GB 720p version - we have a a couple of
lovely 1080p versions just posted on the net which we came up with
ourselves with no involvement from the folks in the industry Ill have
you know!


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Click here for a modest download of a 720p version at just 2.4GB
ENG-ITA -we have a better sized version planned to be posted for
you on the net at the usual torrent sites in the next day or two



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This version is a 1.52GB 480p SD resolution XviD  movie file version

that will play on any old (Xvid capable) DVD player or even on new
bluray players - the conversion was converted from a 720p TV
Broadcast recorded  version which we olan to have posted on the
net for you  if you prefer at various torrent download sites.


T
his is yet another movie that appeared to be out of print and may
have taken till 2011 to appear on DVD in the first place, for reasons
none can comprehend to the lack of rhyme or reason to anything
they do in hicktown, California or witchitah Kansas, wherever such
lofty decisions are made as to what is "equal enough" to make
available for sale.

Its an intelligent enough thriller, that captivates you from beginning to
end in a level of suspense that is certainly interesting.
I saw this movie
at a drive-in theater in Kenya, in fact and I've commented before that
the level of intelligence all too often of late from Hollywood in such
matters including the choice of preferable car design models such as
older styled Jaguar etc which express better levels of articulated
eloquence appear better appreciated in the third world as no doubt
you'd find willing takers yet in Mombasa or Nairobi where someone
would give you a few shillings or a bushel of coffee perhaps if that is
your preference, for a single copy of this movie they could all then
perhaps share as you appear unwilling to make it more intelligently
available. It should only cost a dollar to buy a movie via download
and this takes nothing to set up for free. yet the industry simply plays
"arrogant stupid is me" when they randomly decide to keep some of
our better or even best movies (White mischief) off the shelves for
good, never mind the money lost, for no other reason than that - they
seem quite stupid and shouldn't therefore be in such decision making
as they do in this business - or any business at all for that matter as
invariably brain engagement will at sometimes become a concern
and as it is they mainly think with an "ass" doing most of the work or so
it would appear.

Michael Rizzo Chessman
(moviesbyrizzo)

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