Permission to Kill
|Permission to Kill|
Original film poster
|Directed by||Cyril Frankel|
|Produced by||Paul Mills|
|Written by||Robin Estridge|
|Music by||Richard Rodney Bennett|
|Edited by||Ernest Walter|
|Distributed by||AVCO Embassy Pictures|
Permission to Kill, also known as The Executioner, is a 1975 spy thriller film made by Sascha-Verleih and distributed by AVCO Embassy Pictures. It was directed by Cyril Frankel and produced by Paul Mills from a screenplay by Robin Estridge. The film had original music by Richard Rodney Bennett and the cinematography was by Freddie Young.
The film is an Austrian-British-American co-production and was shot on location in Gmunden, Austria.
British agents try to stop a communist returning home from the West.
- Dirk Bogarde as Alan Curtis
- Ava Gardner as Katina Petersen
- Bekim Fehmiu as Alexander Diakim
- Timothy Dalton as Charles Lord
- Nicole Calfan as Melissa Lascade
- Frederic Forrest as Scott Allison
- "TV guide from 1988" (JPG). Retrieved 2016-09-29.
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