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Classic British noir The Third Man could be yours to hire for beneath a fiver on each Amazon Prime Video and AppleTV+.

The iconic post-war drama starring Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli and Hollywood legend Orson Welles regularly tops lists of the perfect movies ever made.

Originally launched in 1949, British director Carol Reed’s thrilling and darkish Vienna romp is a must-see for cinephiles, and it’s simpler to seek out than you would possibly realise.

Set within the shadow of World War II, American pulp creator Holly Martins (performed by Cotton) heads to the Austrian capital when his previous pal Harry Lime (Welles) presents him a job.

However, as soon as there he’s shocked to find Harry has been killed in an accident, and he enlists the assistance of his late pal’s girlfriend Anna Schmidt (Valli) to trace down a mysterious third man who was supposedly on the scene.

For viewers who don’t wish to personal The Third Man on DVD or Blu-Ray, the movie could be yours to observe for lower than £5.

On Prime Video, you may hire to observe it as soon as at any time inside 30 days for simply £3.49.

Or, you should buy it digitally on the platform to observe as many occasions as you need for £7.99. Both offers provide pristine HD high quality.

Alternatively, AppleTV+ subscribers also can hire the movie on the identical low value of £3.49.

For customers who wish to delve deeper into the world of basic cinema, each streaming platforms provide the StudioCanal Presents add-on for £4.99 a month after a seven-day trial.

The platform presents newer titles like Paddington 2, The Shaun the Sheep Movie and Legend in addition to a variety of older favourites, together with Apocalypse Now, The Graduate and The Deer Hunter.

The Third Man is unquestionably a stand-out on Prime Video and AppleTV+, although, and cinema followers gained’t wish to miss out.

Holding a formidable 99 p.c critics’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes (and a 93 p.c viewers rating), it has recurrently appeared in Sight and Sound’s listing of The Greatest Films of All Time.