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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • Release Date: Feb. 1 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004AZ7ZPE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #61,466 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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I'm so glad this has finally been released on DVD. This, in my opinion, is one of Charles Grodin's best movies and Candice Bergen is his perfect partner. Great fun.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 26 2004
Format: VHS Tape
I enjoyed this movie. It is different. I got it for my wife as I think she will enjoy it because she is a diamond professional and the movie revolves around a diamond heist at a diamond brokerage house, presumably DeBeers. Very anti-establishment.
Must see for anyone with a connection to diamonds.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Come on Fox, please give us a DVD of this entertaining caper movie June 15 2006
By Darren Harrison - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
Update: Thankfully, a DVD has been released for this movie in the United States so it's finally part of my DVD collection.

I have long been a fan of this entertaining 1970s caper movie and so, even though I am a DVD devotee, I had no qualms about picking up a VHS copy. Though, a region-free DVD player comes in handy for movies like THE FOURTH PROTOCOL, HIGH ROAD TO CHINA, WHEN EIGHT BELLS TOLL and SILVER BEARS, I have yet to find a region where this movie is released.

However I do have a qualm. It appears that the quirky dry humor laden internal commentary by the lead Charles Grodin is missing from this VHS tape. This is an essential part of what makes this movie so engaging because although this movie is not filmed strictly as a comedy (except for the last 20 minutes or so), Grodins commentary kept the atmosphere light and carefree even in the moments of high-tension.

This movie also benefits from a truly amazing high-caliber cast. Featured alongside Grodin is Candice Bergen (later to find fame as Murphy Brown), James Mason, Trevor Howard and Sir John Gielgud. Given this cast and the clever humor and plot it really is astounding that this movie has yet to find a DVD release.

The movie centers around small-time diamond trader Howard R. Chesser who suddenly finds himself negotiating a million-pound deal (a lot more in 1974 than it sounds today). Treated with contempt by the Diamond Exchange located at 11 Harrowhouse (which carefully controls the flow of diamonds and stockpiles tons of them in order to maintain their value), Chesser jumps at the chance to snub his nose at the Exchange and particularly its snobbish Director Meecham (played by Gielgud).

Financing the deal is the multi-millionaire Clyde Massey (played by Trevor Howard), who wants a large diamond to be named "The Massey." However, things do not go according to plan and when Chesser is robbed of the diamond on his return from getting it cut he finds himself blackmailed by Massey into engineering the theft of all four tons of diamonds stockpiled at the Exchange. With the help of his free-spirited girlfriend Maren (Bergen), the gravely ill employee at the Exchange named Watts (played by Mason) and a giant vacuum hose the three manage to literally suck up all the diamonds through the wiring system. It's an ingenious plot and I liked the line of commentary from Grodin. As he sits on the roof hearing the stones going through the hose he ponders what the hourly rate might be for work like this.

Yet, all is not as it seems. And the fact that there is still a half-hour of movie left after the theft is completed should tell you that a bigger and more rousing climax is approaching, and does it ever with gun-toting men on horseback and cars chasing Chesser and Maren through the English countryside.

All in all this is a thoroughly entertaining movie and much better than some other titles that have already seen a DVD release. Come on Fox, give us this movie in our favorite format.
17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Lost commentary July 24 2005
By Mr. A. Poole - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
I first saw this film on TV, in which the funniest thing was a retrospective voice-over commentary by Chesser (Charles Grodin's character) about the whole affair. The film is still good, but it was SO much better with the commentary. It seems like it has something missing now. I have put the tape I bought in a dusty cupboard and will watch the ancient taped TV version until the publishers think about releasing the better version.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Clever and Entertaining "Graduate" Spy Caper Nov. 20 2006
By Todd and In Charge - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
This is a "new generation" spy caper, with Charles Grodin (who co-wrote the screenplay and narrates) as a Dustin Hoffman, Graduate-era slacker low-level diamond broker who falls into an elaborate plot to steal diamonds from a massive London diamond conglomerate led by John Gieglud. Grodin's partner-in-crime is a Carnaby Street, freewheeling "new age" woman played by Candice Bergen, in striking, mod clothes -- who drives race cars and service trucks equally and with great skill.

Filmed in England, with a decidedly "English" feel, this is a thoroughly enjoyable spy caper, with a smart sense of humor and stylish direction, set design, and music. In fact, the music -- also mod, Brit, and hip -- is one of the highlights. Add James Mason and the great Trevor Howard and you have an overlooked gem of a film, eagerly waiting a decent DVD re-release.

Fox, what are you waiting for?
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Some things are worth waiting for... Feb. 10 2011
By Fed Up Of Full Screen Rubbish - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
For as long as the dvd was available as a consumer product i have wanted this magnificent film, 11 Harrowhouse.I admit to buying a dvd transferred from a video and one from a laserdisc,so when the official dvd arrived i was hoping for the best.
The dvd released by Shout is superb.Excellent detail,colour rendition and very light grain.(The dnr has not smashed detail).Audio is clear and whilst not a 5.1,dts mix it is just fine.For the record the audio contains the voice over from Charles Grodin.Unbeknown to me there is a version without it.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Definitely worthy of attention Oct. 9 2005
By goosefish - Published on Amazon.com
Format: VHS Tape
It's a shame to think of how many good movies have been made, only to come to this: no showings on TV, no DVD, and just a few used VHS tapes on the secondary market. Such is the case for 11 Harrowhouse (AKA Anything for Love (USA) (TV title), Fast Fortune).

1974 May have come and gone, but this movie still makes for engaging entertainment. Fully 4 tons of diamonds are stolen from the leading firm in London, and the scenario is more than plausible. Bergen and Grodin offer solid performances, and the addition of John Gielgud (the Butler in Arthur) ensures a quality product.

At 8 PM, I pressed play expecting to stop at 9 for ABC's Desperate Housewives... It was 9:30 before I suddenly remembered to stop. Soon it became clear the intermission was unnecessary; this movie beats modern television hands down.

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