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A hectic caper flick with farcical overtones, Bullseye! doesn't quite hit the....oh, you know. Government scientist Michael Caine and his titled pal Roger Moore plan to auction off a cold fusion formula to the highest bidder. Meanwhile, a pair of con artists-also played by Caine and Moore-impersonate the scientist and his friends in hopes of getting a piece of the action. This leads to an unending supply of comic complications, deadly encounters, wacky recurring characters and Sennett-style chases. Is louder and faster really funnier? You be the judge (but you'll have to catch the film on home video, since it never received a US theatrical release). Roger Moore's real-life daughter Deborah Barrymore shows up as a CIA agent. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast

Michael Caine
as Sidney Lipton/Doctor Hicklar
Roger Moore
as Gerald Bradley-Smith/ Sir John Bavistock
Sally Kirkland
as Willie Metcalfe
Deborah Barrymore
as Flo Fleming
Mark Burns
as Nigel Holden
Lee Patterson
as Darrell Hyde
Derren Nesbitt
as Inspector Gross
Deborah Leng
as Francesca
Christopher Adamson
as Death's Head
John Cleese
as Man on Beach in Barbados
Patsy Kensit
as Sick Lady on Train
Alexandra Pigg
as Car Hire Girl
Jenny Seagrove
as Health Club Receptionist
Freddie Earlle
as Local Scot
Deborah Moore
as Flo Fleming
Steffanie Pitt
as Donna Dulch
Eddie Yeoh
as Korean Bidder
Nadio Fortune
as Italian Bidder
Angus MacKay
as Reverend Simkin
Robert McBain
as Lawyer
John Woodnut
as Bank Manager
Billy Mitchell
as Elmer, Tourist
Leslie Lowe
as Lovely Lady on Train
Cliff Taylor
as Husband on Train
Tony Caron
as Warder
Drew Millar
as Cab Driver
Daniel Coll
as Tim
Francis Drake
as Rabbi Blum
Cynthia Michaelis
as Rabbi's Wife
Nicholas Courtney
as Sir Hugh
Barbara Dixon-Law
as Amy Hicklar
Stephen Gressieux
as Police Sergeant
Barry Linehan
as Chesterton
Miranda Baker
as TV Interviewer
Julian Moss
as Muscleman
Margo Thomas
as Clairvoyant
Lorraine Doyle
as Receptionist in Brothel
Prudence Solomon
as Pamela
Dinah May
as Girl in Bar
Gordon Honeycombe
as TV Announcer
Pamela Armstrong
as TV Newsreader
Jeff Harding
as Agent Merrow
Kenneth McClellan
as Farmer
Fiona McArthur
as Cheese Demonstrator
John Scott Martin
as Old Jeweller
Helen Horton
as Tourist on Coach
Pamela Binns
as Duchess
Petrina Derrington
as Courier on Train
Eunice Blalck
as Old Cleaning Lady
Michael McKevitt
as Local Scot
Johnny Irving
as Local Scot
R.J. Bell
as Big Boss at Auction
Kiran Shah
as Little Boss at Auction
Les Wright
as Alf
Paul Mari
as Chef on Train
Steve Jacobs
as 1st Security Guard
Timothy Ackroyd
as 2nd Security Guard
Graeme Elder
as Waiter in Mansion
Malcolm Mudie
as Waiter in Luggage Van
Peter Clapham
as Waiter on Train
Peter Durkin
as Barman
John Lyons
as Train Guard
Paul Ratcliffe
as Vault Official
Roger Adamson
as Henry-Vault Guard
Dennis Chinnery
as 2nd Vault Guard
Leif Lewis
as Juggler
Peter Baynes
as Fireater
Ian Turbitt
as Punch and Judy
Mary Reynolds
as Queen
Kate Robbins
as Queen
Steve Nallon
as Mrs. Thatcher
Hana-Maria Pravda
as Old Lady at Seance
Malcolm Mudie
as Waiter in Luggage Van
John Woodnut
as Bank Manager
Leif Lewis
as Juggler
Dinah May
as Girl in Bar
Cliff Taylor
as Husband on Train
Leslie Lowe
as Lovely Lady on Train
Steffanie Pitt
as Donna Dulch
Hana-Maria Pravda
as Old Lady at Seance
Billy Mitchell
as Elmer, Tourist
Graeme Elder
as Waiter in Mansion
Angus MacKay
as Reverend Simkin
Johnny Irving
as Local Scot
Robert McBain
as Lawyer
Steve Nallon
as Mrs. Thatcher
Steve Jacobs
as 1st Security Guard
Freddie Earlle
as Local Scot
Les Wright
as Alf
Miranda Baker
as TV Interviewer
Paul Mari
as Chef on Train
Peter Clapham
as Waiter on Train
Stephen Gressieux
as Police Sergeant
Daniel Coll
as Tim
Nadio Fortune
as Italian Bidder
Cynthia Michaelis
as Rabbi's Wife
Eunice Blalck
as Old Cleaning Lady
Fiona McArthur
as Cheese Demonstrator
Lorraine Doyle
as Receptionist in Brothel
Julian Moss
as Muscleman
Francis Drake
as Rabbi Blum
Petrina Derrington
as Courier on Train
Kate Robbins
as Queen
Michael McKevitt
as Local Scot
Paul Ratcliffe
as Vault Official
John Scott Martin
as Old Jeweller
Gordon Honeycombe
as TV Announcer
Deborah Moore
as Flo Fleming
Drew Millar
as Cab Driver
Timothy Ackroyd
as 2nd Security Guard
Helen Horton
as Tourist on Coach
Kenneth McClellan
as Farmer
Jeff Harding
as Agent Merrow
Peter Durkin
as Barman
Tony Caron
as Warder
Ian Turbitt
as Punch and Judy
Mary Reynolds
as Queen
Pamela Binns
as Duchess
R.J. Bell
as Big Boss at Auction
Barbara Dixon-Law
as Amy Hicklar
Dennis Chinnery
as 2nd Vault Guard
Kiran Shah
as Little Boss at Auction
Eddie Yeoh
as Korean Bidder
Barry Linehan
as Chesterton
Nicholas Courtney
as Sir Hugh
Roger Adamson
as Henry-Vault Guard
Peter Baynes
as Fireater
Prudence Solomon
as Pamela
John Lyons
as Train Guard
Margo Thomas
as Clairvoyant
Pamela Armstrong
as TV Newsreader

Crew

Michael Winner
Director
Menahem Golan
Producer
Michael Winner
Producer
Ami Artzi
Producer
Ed Naha
Screenwriter
Laurence Marks
Screenwriter
Michael Winner
Screenwriter
Leslie Bricusse
Screenwriter
Nick Mead
Screenwriter
Maurice Gran
Screenwriter
David Wynn-Jones
Cinematographer
Terry Rawlings
Editor
Arnold Crust
Editor
John Blezard
Production Designer
Stephen Barker
Associate Producer
John Bloomfield
Costume Designer
Roy Alon
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