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60s-70s movie, where a huge wooden board with large rubber spikes, pins down man.

This is the end scene, where a man (hero) chases a woman (villain). She manages to run into a dark room. When the man switches on the light, he sees her above him, on a higher platform, holding a rope, which is tied to a huge upstanding (white?) board with (rubber?) spikes. She laughs as she releases the board, which then falls on top of the man. Triumphantly the woman stands on the board with spikes, pinning the guy down and laughing at his predicament. It ends with police coming in and rescuing the man, the woman being arrested and led away. (I think she wore leopard skin trousers, though not sure. And it seemed British, like a Bond movie).
asked Feb 4, 2014 in Name That Movie by Tealowl (1 point)

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The Bird With The Crystal Plumage   (1970)  directed by Dario Argento.

You're right about everything, except the leopardskin kecks!

There's a poor-quality upload of thios on You Tube here:

Cheers, Ste-Bob
answered Oct 28, 2014 by anonymous
I just had to pop in here and say how good of a job you are doing Ste-Bob. Expert for sure, you are. Good to have you here.

Cheers, I just thought I'd give the recent request to start with the early questions a go. I've finished, now. I got about 6 or 7, based purely on movies I remember watching.  Not bad, eh?