The Servant (1963)


Directed by: Joseph Losey

Stars: Dirk Bogarde, Sarah Miles, Wendy Craig

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Uk | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.667 | Brrip

Description: Upper-class Tony hires servant Hugo Barrett, who turns out to have a hidden agenda.


5.12GB | 116:04mins | 1800×1080 | mkv


====bluray extras====

extra 1 program on director Joseph Losey by film critic Imogen Sara Smith

201MB | 20:45mins | 1198×720 | mkv | English


extra 2 audio excerpts featuring director Joseph Losey in conversation with Michel Ciment, recorded in 1976

78MB | 28:56mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English


extra 3 discussion with Harold Pinter, recorded in 1996 at London’s National Film Theatre

191MB | 22:57mins | 960×720 | mkv | English


extra 4 interview with Dirk Bogarde

94MB | 11:14mins | 1142×720 | mkv | English


extra 5 James Fox Interviewed by Richard Ayoade

315MB | 47:30mins | 960×540 | mkv | English


extra 6 interview with Wendy Craig

38MB | 5:46mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English


extra 7 interview with Sarah Miles

74MB | 10:42mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English

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7 Responses to The Servant (1963)

  1. Mr.G. says:

    “I’m no Servant! I’m a gentleman’s gentleman and you’re no gentleman!”. Wow! Extra4 is awesome, worth revisiting the film for.

  2. Lime says:

    The way you’re naming the extras files here is really useful to stop them getting lost among my collection. Thank you for that!

  3. Ali says:

    Joseph Losey MASTERPIECE!

  4. E says:

    Thank you so much for the recent release of the Bluray of this gem, especially the extras of which I am very fond. In that regard, and risking asking too much of your legendary generosity: the Criterion website lists two more extras, interviews with Wendy Craig and Sarah Miles, and a trailer. Maybe you could complete the post with those ? In any case, thanks again for your kindness and knowledge of what is interesting and rare.

    • rarelust says:


      • E says:

        You are amazingly generous. As I said earlier, and more than once, is there something (surely not a movie, since you’ve seen them all !) that we can get you ? A film soundtrack, record, book, that has eluded you ? Name it ! Thanks and best regards !

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