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  1. Alfred Hitchcock's "Topaz" (1969) it's an interesting but flawed film. I always thought it was probably Hitchcok's dullest movie until I re watched on blu ray. It's better than I remember- the blu ray has Hitcchock's original long cut with the the three different endings as extra. The first problem is the episodic script about spies during the cold war. We never really care about Deveraux( Fredrick Stafford) he seems send other people to do his spy work and there is never any sense that he is really in danger. The best part of the movie to me was the section set in Cuba with Karin Dor and
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