Harold Pinter's vicious dissection of class, sex and power still unnerves 50 years on. James Fox is exquisitely louche as the aristocratic Tony who requires a manservant to tend to his needs and Chelsea home. Enter, darkly, Dirk Bogarde's impenetrable parasitic Hugo who very quickly takes control of Tony's feckless world. This subversive 1963 satire remains disturbing and powerful. (The Independent).
Dirk Bogarde was in the Sunday papers too - his Rolls Royce, a Silver Cloud which he bought in 1964, has been found after being hidden away for years in some garage. It has been spruced up and sold - for £25,000 - to its sixth owner, a "businessman in Chelsford, Essex" - Dirk would have been amused at that! How very YELLOW ROLLS ROYCE !