The Liquidator is a 1965 British thriller film starring Rod Taylor as Brian "Boysie" Oakes, Trevor Howard, and Jill St. John. It was based on the first of a series of Boysie Oakes novels by John Gardner, The Liquidator. The film follows the 1964 novel closely.
- $1,175,000 (est. US/ Canada rentals), 23,498 admissions (France)
- Lalo Schifrin
- November 1965 (UK)
The Liquidator: Directed by Jack Cardiff. With Rod Taylor, Trevor Howard, Jill St. John, Wilfrid Hyde-White. Colonel Mostyn of the British Intelligence Service suspects there is a leak in his department and hires an American expatriate to eliminate various targets working for the Soviets.
- Action, Comedy, Crime
- Jack Cardiff
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- 2 min
- Warner Archive
Directed by Jack Cardiff Writing Credits Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Produced by Music by Lalo Schifrin Cinematography by Edward Scaife ... director of photography (as Ted Scaife) Editing by Ernest Walter Casting By Irene Howard ... (uncredited) Art Direction by John Blezard Costume Design by Joan Bridge Elizabeth Haffenden
The Liquidator (1965) | MUBI Beautiful, interesting, incredible cinema. See what’s playing 5.1 /10 14 Ratings Cast & Crew Show all ( 24) Jack Cardiff Director Rod Taylor Cast Trevor Howard Cast Jill St. John Cast Wilfrid Hyde-White Cast Peter Yeldham Screenplay John Gardner Screenplay Edward Scaife Cinematography Critics reviews
The Liquidator 1965 Directed by Jack Cardiff Synopsis Right between the eyes is where it hits you . . . Boysie Oakes is DEADLIER than the most dangerous spy ! Spy spoof about Boysie Oakes, a British secret agent who specialises in Liquidating. In actual fact he contracts out the work and pretends it is was himself. This leads to complications. Cast