One of the few movies made by Mission: Impossible creator Bruce Geller, this lacks the tightness and ingenuity of that series, but Geller pulls off enough impressive shots to make me wish he’d directed more episodes of the show than just the pilot. Although Harry in Your Pocket promises to be interesting, it never really manages it. Anyway, the film follows master pickpocket James Coburn, the Harry of the title, who, along with partner Walter Pidgeon, teaches the tricks of his trade to novices Michael Sarazin and Trish Van Devere. Sounds good, but unfortunately the movie is severely underwhelming thanks to the flat dialogue and a lack of charasmatic performances.
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