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Watched it with the commentary by Christopher Lee and Edward Woodward. It has weaknesses I think in as much as it reflects the lowered budget, so can understand initial skepticism. Still a classic, however. Christopher Lee considered it a terrific movie and apparently worked for free. I was lucky to drop on the two disks in a charity shop - both the cut and full-length versions.
I supposs older people here will remember seeing The Wicker Man. I was maybe 10 the first time.
Definitely would have scrutinized the odd over-done or over acted scene. Such as the crudeness of the letter about the missing girl, which had no envelope. I mean why did the officer read Woodward an opened letter addressed to him only?

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