A Circle of Deception

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Circle of Deception
ACircleOfDeception1960Poster.jpg
US poster
Directed by Jack Lee
Produced by Tom Morahan
Screenplay by Nigel Balchin
Robert Musil
Based on Small Back Room in St. Marylebone
1953 story in Esquire 
by Alec Waugh[1]
Starring Bradford Dillman
Suzy Parker
Harry Andrews
Music by Clifton Parker
Cinematography Gordon Dines
Edited by Gordon Pilkington
Distributed by Twentieth Century Fox
Release dates
  • November 1960 (1960-11)
Running time
100 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Circle of Deception is a 1960 CinemaScope British war film directed by Jack Lee and starring Bradford Dillman, Suzy Parker and Harry Andrews.[2]

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A Canadian officer (Bradford Dillman) is sent on a secret and dangerous mission during the Second World War with false information in an attempt to misslead the Germans about the Normandy Landings of 1944.

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