Would you really feel any pity if one of those dots stopped moving forever?

The Third Man. The greatest British film ever made and the 57th best American film ever made. It also has the honour of being the 16th 101 Films You Should Have Seen (Probably) podcast. Who is The Third Man? Well you won’t find out here as Lewis and Ian go to great pains to not spoil the plot; instead they discuss Sir James Bond, Bernard Lee as Sgt. Paine, zithers getting us into dithers, Post-War Vienna being divided into Russian, American, French, British, Autobot and Decepticon sectors, and Zardoz-based youth gangs.

Without further ado, here’s this week’s feature presentation… Click below:

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101 Films Podcast 016 – The Third Man

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Director: Carol Reed Year of release: 1949 Studio/Distributor: London Film Production, British Lion Films Country: UK

Published by Lewis Packwood

The first game that Lewis ever played was "Horace Goes Skiing" on the ZX Spectrum. Yes, he's that old.

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