The Swiss Conspiracy 1976 ***

Anxiety about the morality of banking institutions is nothing new, and Jack Arnold’s 1976 thriller makes the most of such suspicions. A Swiss bank, run by Ray Milland, discovers that the accounts of their members have been compromised, and David Christopher (Davis Janssen) is called in to investigate, although he’s more successful that they might have intended. The clues lead to an inside job, and Jannsen ends up with a bag of uncut diamonds and a finale atop a Swiss Mountain. Support from Elke Sommer, David Hess and John Saxon keep the interest in this complex but worthwhile genre entry.


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