The latest American actor to take a “working vacation” in Britain in the boxed set of Hammer noir films I’ve been working through is Lloyd Bridges, and I’ll thank you not to look up any of my grade school teachers and point ouf to them the convoluted grammar of this sentence.  Convolutions, by the way, are what arise in The Deadly Game (1954) as Bridges agrees to drive a friend’s car from Spain back to England for him — and with it, some microfilm that everyone wants to get their hands on.  Oh, and there’s a saucy nightclub singer all over the poster who kind of fades out of the plot about halfway through. Pity.