The Swiss Conspiracy (May 14, 1976)

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The Swiss Conspiracy
 

Released on May 14, 1976: When five wealthy customers with secret bank accounts in a Swiss Bank are all blackmailed, a retired U.S. Justice Department Investigator serches for the answers as the five customers are killed one by one and he is also threatened.

Produced by Maurice Silverstein

Directed by Jack Arnold

The Actors: David Janssen (David Christopher), Senta Berger (Denise Abbott), John Ireland (Dwight McGowan), John Saxon (Bobby Hayes), Ray Milland (Johann Hurtil), Elke Sommer (Rita Jensen), Anton Diffring (Franz Benninger), Arthur Brauss (Herr Kosta), Inigo Gallo (Captain Frey), Curt Lowens (hit man Korsak), David Hess (hit man Sando), Hans-Joerg Bahl (Sergeant Schwand), Sheila Ruskin (Connie), Irmgard Forst (Florelle), Wilhelm von Homburg (hit man in Santa Claus costume)

 

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Secret Money . . . Public Death

Today it is another day, and another report of a billion or so credit card numbers, pin codes and address information stolen from a big retail database. It seems that the more secure we become, the less secure we are. I still have my first credit card from 1976 . . . It is orange, with my name in raised letters and J.C. Penny printed on it. There is nothing on the reverse side . . . no magnetic strip, no chip, no text . . . nothing . . . Just my name in raised letters and the store name in some kind of ink printed on the front of the card. The card would be placed in a large metal thing and a three part carbon form put on top of it and a quick swipe across the paper and card and my name would be impressed on the carbon forms. Later in the office a clerk would read my name on the carbon forms and look up my index card in their files and with a pencil add my most recent purchase to a list that would be typed onto a statement and sent to me at the end of the month. How times have changed. There were still money crimes back in 1976, but computers and hackers thousands of miles away from the crime scene were not involved. In this action adventure Ray Milland is Johann Hurtil, owner of a private Swiss bank, and he is in trouble. The customers of the bank have numbered accounts - the only identification connected to their money is a secret number . . . and no one . . . absolutely no one . . . knows which number belongs to which customer except two men . . . the owner of the bank and his trusted assistant with the combination to the vault that holds not only the money but the ledger with the names and secret numbers of the customers. It seems that someone is blackmailing the bank and five of its customers, and the blackmailer knows the numbers of the accounts for these five people. David Janssen is a special investigator who used to work for the U.S. Justice Department and the bank hires him to deliver the ransom money and discover who the blackmailers are and bring them to justice. As the movie begins one of the blackmailed customers is shot dead as he sits in a Swiss restaurant, and soon another customer, a gangster from America, is brutally murdered. Because of some clever plot lines we soon believe that we know who the blackmailers are, but things get a bit foggy later on and we may discover that the man behind the extortion is someone we never suspect . . . and the motives for the blackmail may involve more than just money for nothing . . . Five blackmailed customers . . . two dead and now we have three . . . One of them is possibly involved in the scheme . . . or maybe it is even more devious than that . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the trip to Zurich.

Anton Diffring
Anton Diffring
Anton Diffring and John Saxon
Anton Diffring and John Saxon
Anton Diffring
Anton Diffring
Arthur Brauss
Arthur Brauss
Curt Lowens and David Hess
Curt Lowens and David Hess
Davis Janssen
Davis Janssen
David Janssen and Elke Sommer
David Janssen and Elke Sommer
David Janssen and Senta Berger
David Janssen and Senta Berger
David Janssen
David Janssen
David Janssen holds a gun on Senta Berger
David Janssen holds a gun on Senta Berger
David Janssen
David Janssen
David Janssen, Senta Berger and Arthur Brauss
David Janssen, Senta Berger and Arthur Brauss
Elke Sommer
Elke Sommer
Hans-Joerg Bahl
Hans-Joerg Bahl
Inigo Gallo
Inigo Gallo
Inigo Gallo and Hans-Joerg Bahl
Inigo Gallo and Hans-Joerg Bahl
Inigo Gallo and Senta Berger
Inigo Gallo and Senta Berger
Inigo Gallo
Inigo Gallo
John Ireland
John Ireland
John Saxon
John Saxon
John Saxon
John Saxon
Ray Milland
Ray Milland
Ray Milland
Ray Milland
Senta Berger
Senta Berger
Senta Berger holds her gun on David Janssen
Senta Berger holds her gun on David Janssen
Senta Berger
Senta Berger
Sheila Ruskin
Sheila Ruskin