Calculated Risk (film)

Calculated Risk is a 1963 British crime thriller film directed by Norman Harrison.[2] Ex-con Kip plans to rob a bank by tunnelling through from neighbouring houses.[3]

Calculated Risk
British quad poster
Directed byNorman Harrison
Produced byWilliam McLeod
Screenplay byEdwin Richfield
Music byGeorge Martin
CinematographyWilliam McLeod
Edited byJohn Trumper
McLeod Productions
Distributed byBryanston Films (UK)
Release date
  • 1963 (1963) (UK)
Running time
72 min
CountryUnited Kingdom


Critical reception

TV Guide concluded "British crime melodrama has little going for it";[4] Radio Times praised Warren Mitchell's cameo, but called the film a "tatty little drama";[3] whereas Mystery File wrote "The script is tight, the vivid black-and-white photography perfect for the tale that’s told, and even though none of the actors are known in this country – and maybe not even in England – they all fit their characters well, and what more could you want?"[5]


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