Ronald Neame’s Hopscotch is a smart and stylish tale of international intrigue and a cat-and-mouse comedy.
Promo video for Hopscotch that was created for the film's premiere at AFI Fest 2012.
Opening scenes, CIA man Kendig (Walter Matthau) at a Munich biergarten, tracking adversaries including Yaskov (Herbert Lom, Inspector Clouseau's boss), in director Ronald Neame's Hopscotch, 1980.
Writing his threatened memoirs in Austria, renegade CIA man Kendig (Walter Matthau) shocks lover Isobel (Glenda Jackson), whereupon his boss (Ned Beatty) and ex-colleague (Sam Waterston) consult, in director Ronald Neame's Hopscotch, 1980.
In Salzburg, semi-fugitive CIA officer Kendig (Walter Matthau) meets Isobel (Glenda Jackson), whom we soon learn is an ex-lover, returning to her villa, in Ronald Neame's spy-comedy Hopscotch, 1980.
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