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Dirk Bogarde is meticulous at dusting.
Dirk Bogarde is meticulous at dusting.

Thumbnail for The Servant (1963) The Servant (1963)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 80
Notable as: DramaGenre: DramaNarrative location: LondonRuntime: 112 - 116 minutesLanguage: EnglishCountry: United KingdomDirector: Joseph LoseyScreenwriter: Harold PinterMusic: John DankworthCinematography: Douglas SlocombeStars: Dirk Bogarde, James Fox, Sarah Miles, Wendy Craig, Catherine Lacey, Harold Pinter, Richard Vernon, Hazel Terry, Ann Firbank, Alun Owen, Jill Melford Producer: Joseph LoseyAward details: (details at IMDb)
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The Servant is Harold Pinter's 1963 film adaptation of a 1948 novelette by Robin Maugham. A British production directed by Joseph Losey, it stars Dirk Bogarde, Sarah Miles, Wendy Craig and James Fox. It opened at London's Warner Theatre on 14 November 1963. The first of Pinter's three film collaborations with Losey, which also include Accident and The Go-Between, The Servant is a tightly-constructed psychological dramatic film about the relationships among the four central characters examining issues relating to class, servitude and the ennui of the upper classes.


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