January 30, 2009

Ipcress File SALE

This week's NETWORK Deal of the Week sees something special - not only is the deluxe version of The Ipcress File £12.99, but anyone who buys a set during this deal period will get a free quad poster of the limited edition theatrical release from 2006. This will be send under separate cover in a cardboard mailing tube (additional postage for non-UK orders) and is only available while stocks last. available to buy at the bargain price of

Multiple Oscar-winner Sir Michael Caine stars in the first leading role of his career as Harry Palmer, a stubbornly insolent sergeant working for the Ministry of Defence who is transferred to an elite counterintelligence unit.
A stylised and compelling Cold War spy movie, The Ipcress File won multiple awards and nominations on its theatrical release and is presented here in a digitally-remastered format with exclusive special features making this the definitive DVD release of this film.

Special features include:

• New exclusive interview with Sir Michael Caine
• New exclusive interview with production designer Sir Ken Adam
• Commentary with director Sidney Furie and film editor Peter Hunt
• The Ipcress File - Michael Caine Goes Stella - exclusive new comedy sketch starring Phil Cornwell
• 1969 documentary Candid Caine, featuring Sir Michael Caine talking frankly about his career
• Original theatrical trailer
• Original US radio commercials
• Stills gallery
• Original Len Deighton novel
• Soundtrack CD by composer John Barry, OBE
• Dual-sided IPCRESS FILE movie poster
• Introductory booklet written by Christopher Bray, author of Michael Caine:
A Class Act

US viewers, make sure your computer/player can play Region 2 DVDs. DVD Beaver has a good review comparison with the Region Free Blu-ray edition.


  1. Man, oh man...I wish I had some spare cash lying around.

  2. I know! This looks so incredibly cool. Still, the sale price is good- plus the poster! I ordered soundtracks from them last week and international shipping wasn't so bad.

  3. I've added a link to the DVD Beaver comparison between the DVD and Blu-ray editions of The Ipcress File.