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The Prisoner

Alec Guinness's meticulous performance as a cardinal whose mind crumbles under the relentless torture of an unnamed communist state could stand as a definition of the glories and the drawbacks of British acting. Peter Glenville directed, indifferently; with Jack Hawkins, Kenneth Griffith, and Wilfrid Lawson (1955).

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