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OK Connery Add to Shopping Cart
Alberto De Martino 1966
Mneil Connery, Daniele Bianchi LETTERBOXED PRINT
The Italian producers of this spy spoof REALLY went for the Bond connection by hiring Sean
Connery's untalented dentist brother, Neil for the lead!! Then they hired all the supporting
actors such as Mrs Moneypenny, Q and Bond's boss to play essentially the same parts! Directed
by Alberto de Martino and scored by Ennio Morricone, if you haven't seen this one then by all
means do so immediately!
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Only The Cool Add to Shopping Cart
1969
Klaus Kinski, Lili Palmer, Michele Constatine, Stephane Audran in English with Greek subs
A man secretly works for an Industrial espionage spy group and cold bloodly steals plans and
kills off an extraneous lover. His wife (Stephane Audrane) has no idea about all this and when
informed he's fooling around, promptly kills him and his fellow agent in a fit of passion. The
head of the Paris organization (Lili Palmer) tries to track her down to silence the scared woman
but is having problems with the local police (Michel Constatine). When the organization sends in
their #1 guy (Klaus Kinski in his usual eccentric performance) to help Palmer, it really gets
complicated! An offbeat sixties French film with hippies and bad fashion statements in the
background.
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Operation Atlantis Add to Shopping Cart
Paolo Bianchini 1965
John Ericson LETTERBOXED PRINT
If you're a fan of Italian spy flicks here's a good one starring John Ericson as the suave secret
agent trying to capture a madman before he turns the world into an ocean. Paolo Bianchini
directs
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Operation Extermination Add to Shopping Cart
Umberto Lenzi 1965
Ingrid Schoeller, Alfredo Lupo, John Heston LETTERBOXED PRINT
Great spy film by Umberto Lenzi starring Ingrid Schoeller, Alberto Lupo, and John Heston with
a great 60s score by Angelo Lavagnino. A criminal organization is creating an anti-radar device
so the US government calls into action agent 008 (I guess 007 was busy making
THUNDERBALL!). Great locations and action, one of the best sixties spy films
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Operation Poker Add to Shopping Cart
Umberto Lenzi 1965
Roger Browne, Helga Line LETTERBOXED PRINT
Stars Roger Browne and Helga Line in a spy film from the mid sixties. Directed by Umberto
Lenzi
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Michel Boisrond 1967
Frederick Stafford, Marina Vlady
Rare letterboxed print of this terrific spy film starring Frederick Stafford as the cold blooded spy
OSS 117 (he kills two spies chasing him in a car by catching their vehicle on fire!). After a
navy base is destroyed by a secret weapon, Stafford is sent to Tokyo where the owners of the
secret weapon that destroyed the base are located. He meets a cohort (Marina Vlady looking
good here!) who admits she was forced to work for the other side. Has she come clean and
ready to help or is she setting Stafford up for the kill? Excellent spy film by director Michel
Boisrond.
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Our Man In Casablanca Add to Shopping Cart
Nick Nostro 1965
Lang Jeffries
Lang Jeffries stars in this great Italo-Spy film playing Agent Kervin, out to find an important
dossier. The bad guy has an iron hand that fries his victims! Nice letterboxed print in English
with NO subtitles
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Riffi In Amsterdam Add to Shopping Cart
Sergio Grieco 1967
Roger Browne, Evelyne Stewart LETTERBOXED PRINT
Master thief Rex (Roger Browne) Monroe successfully pulls off a big diamond heist but is
helpless to stop the murder of his partners. Suspecting the boss of the anonymous organization
that he works for, Rex agrees to do one more job. He ends up discovering a plot to use the
diamonds to create a powerful laser beam for a mad scientist. It's up to Rex to save the day.
Sixties spy kitsch (with the pre-requisite score by Piero Umiliani) with Evelyne Stewart as
Browne's co-star. Directed by Sergio Grieco.
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Ring Around the World Add to Shopping Cart
Antonio Margheriti 1966
Richard Harrison, Helene Chanel, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart
A great film for sixties spy buffs and kitschy pop art scores by Piero Umiliani. Fred Lester
(Richard Harrison) is an undercover agent sent out to discover why men, who have taken out
insurance policies naming a certain bank as beneficiary, are mysteriously dying. Lester travels
the globe with the beautiful daughter (Helene Chanel) of the next potential victim to try and
beat the reaper (actually an assassin (played by Giacomo Rossi Stuart) who uses ice bullets to
kill his victims).
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Seven Golden Men Add to Shopping Cart
Mario Vicario 1965
Philippe Leroy, Rosanna Podesta, Gastone Moschin, Gabriele Tinti LETTERBOXED PRINT
One of the best Italian crime/caper films, this one spawned two sequels. Rosanna Podesta,
Philippe Leroy and their gang of seven (which includes Gastone Moschin & Gabrielle Tinti) plan
an elaborate gold robbery. In the tradition of Mission Impossible, there are dozens of close
calls and double crosses.
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Seven Golden Men Strike Again Add to Shopping Cart
Mario Vicario 1966
Philippe Leroy, Rosanna Podesta, Gastone Moschin, Gabriele Tinti LETTERBOXED PRINT
Directo Mario Vicario's sequel to THE SEVEN GOLDEN MEN with the original cast (Rosanna
Podesta, Philippe Leroy, Gabriele Tinti, etc) returning in fine fashion. This time they are hired
by the US government to perform a job involving testing National security. Podesta (dressed in
black leather like Emma Peel) infiltrates a South American dictator's base of operations in order
to rest control from his hands while the men steal all his gold. This is like an Italian version of
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE.
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Somebody Has Stolen Our Russian Spy Add to Shopping Cart
Jose Luis Madrid 1968
Tom Adams, Diana Lorys in english with dutch subs
Excellent Spanish made Spy film starring Tom Adams, Diana Lorys, Tim Barret and Mary Paz
Pondal. Director Jose Luis Madrid (familiar to fans of Spanish Horror films) does a good job in
this 3rd entry in the originally British based Charles Vine series. He goes to Madrid where he is
seeking to find a mad scientist out to rule the world. He is of course captured and tortured.
Diana Lorys is featured so she too can be pursued by the bad guys and seduce Vine while she's
around (she always was hot stuff!)
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Spies Strike Silently Add to Shopping Cart
Mario Caiano 1965
Lang Jeffries, Erika Blanc LETTERBOXED PRINT
Terrific spy film starring Lang Jeffries and Erika Blanc. If you a re a fan of 60s spy films and
haven't seen this one then GRAB IT!! Jeffries plays a tough son of a bitch who beats the hell out
of people before he finds out what they know! Blanc plays a seductress that Jeffries must
ignore if he is to find the secret device that would allow a madman to rule the world. Highly
recommended!
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Spy Around The World Add to Shopping Cart
1966
Stewart Granger, Klaus Kinski, Pascale Petit, Margaret Lee in english with greek subs
Here's a terrific 60s spy film that's quite unsual as it is an anthology film with multiple
storylines, casts ans directors! Each story takes place in an exotic location. The stars include
Lex barker, Pierre Brice, Stewart granger, Pascale Petit, Margaret Lee and Klaus Kinski!!
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The Big Blackout Add to Shopping Cart
Luigi Capuano 1967
Peter Holden, Marilu Tolo, Seyna Seyn, Giacomo Rossi Stuart in english with greek subs
Excellent spy flick from the Italians starring Peter Holden, Marilu Tolo (in a very sexy role!),
Seyna Seyn, and Giacomo Rossi Stuart. As always, a great score by Berto Pisano and
effectively directed by Luigi Capuano. Agent Perry Grant is called into duty and pretty soon he
is making love to beautiful blondes (when he's not slapping them around), chasing bad guys
and oh yeah, making love to beautiful brunettes too! He discovers a plot to shut down power in
a major city and must defuse the device before chaos rules
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The Glass Sphinx Add to Shopping Cart
Luigi Scattini 1965
Robert Taylor, Anita Ekberg LETTERBOXED PRINT
Robert Taylor stars as an archaelogist out to find the fountain of youth. Anita Ekberg co-stars
as his sexy secretary who may not be what she seems as there are traitors among the group
out to sabotage the project. From 1966 and directed by Luigi Scattini
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The Hot Line Add to Shopping Cart
Etienne Perier 1967
Charles Boyer, Robert Taylor, Mel Welles, Marie Dubois in english with greek subs
Charles Boyer, Robert Taylor, Marie Dubois, and Mel Welles star in this spy film by Etienne
Perier. A madman (Gerard Tichy) wants to force the 2 super powers into a nuclear war by
creating chaos on the Hot Line between the 2 countries.
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The Last Chance Add to Shopping Cart
1965
Tab Hunter, Michael Rennie, Daniele Bianchi
Tab Hunter plays a journalist who is setup as a murderer by foreign agents. He must not only
clear his name, but uncover the real head of the secret organization. Turns out to be the
person he least suspected (What a shock!). Also stars Michael Rennie and Daniele Bianchi
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The Man From Hong Kong Add to Shopping Cart
Brian Trenchard-Smith 1975
Jimmy Wang-Yu, George Lazenby
Letterboxed print. Here's an odd mixture: an Australian-Hong Kong co-production starring
George Lazenby and Jimmy Wang Yu, directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith (DEAD END DRIVE-
IN). The Australian police bring in Wang Yu to help bust up a drug ring headed by Lazenby.
Plenty of crazy stunts and kung fu fighting in this one.
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The Secret Of The Sphinx Add to Shopping Cart
Duccio Tessari 1964
Tony Russell, Maria Perschy, Ivan Desny LETTERBOXED PRINT
Rare and in English, this Duccio Tessari action thriller stars Tony Russell, Maria Perschy, Ivan
Desny, and Manuela Kent (photography was by Joe D'Amato). Shot on location in Egypt, the
story unfurls like an Italian Giallo as a group of people meet undedr strange circumstances,
and one by one they are being murdered! Gold is missing so you suspect a thief is trying to
cover up his crime but that might be too obvious. These were great films made in the 60s that
will most likely never see the light of day on dvd
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The Spy Killer Add to Shopping Cart
Roy Ward Baker 1969
Robert Horton, Hazel Court, Jill St John
Former secret agent John Smith (Robert Horton)'s life is threatened by someone from his past.
He soon returns to work for the Organization trying to discover who wants him dead. When he
discovers a little black book that implicates both sides, his life really isn't worth much. Jill St
John, Hazel Court co-star and Jimmy Sangster and Roy Ward Baker (two Hammer alumni)
wrote and directed
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The Spy Who Loved Flowers Add to Shopping Cart
Umberto Lenzi 1967
Roger Browne, Daniele Vargas, Yoko Tanni LETTERBOXED PRINT
WOW!! I have been looking for an English language print of this Umberto Lenzi spy film for 40
years! I'm glad I lived long enough to see it! Roger Browne stars as agent Martin Stevens, a
debonair but dangerous secret agent. Foreign agents are on the move all over the world trying
to find a secret formula but Browne is determined to kill off anyone (male or female) who
endangers his mission. The film co-stars Daniele Vargas, Yoko Tanni, Marino Mase, Emma
Daniela, and Lenzi's wife Giovanni! Score by the MAN when it comes to 60s spy films, Piero
Umiliani
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They Came To Rob Las vegas Add to Shopping Cart
Antonio Isais 1967
Jack palance, Gary Lockwood, Elke Sommer, Lee J Cobb LETTERBOXED PRINT
One of the all time best caper films ever with a great cast, direction, music and script. Gary
Lockwood, Jack Palance, Elke Sommer, and Lee J Cobb star. Lockwood teams up with a group
of specialist who conspire to steal an armored car full of money. They succeed but boy does
their trouble really begin!
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Top Secret Add to Shopping Cart
Fernando Cerchio 1967
Gordon Scott, Magda Konopka, Aurora De Alba soft print dutch subs
RARE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRINT FOR THIS GORDON SCOTT SPY FILM! Letterboxed print. The
print however is on the grainy side but it's quite watch able and the only version in English I
have seen ever! Muscleman Scott makes a tough agent as he must find a scientist with a secret
that is of the utmost importance! Magda Knopka, Aurora De Alba, and Dali Bresciani co-star.
Konopka plays an evil villainess tying up her victims, kicking them out of moving vehicles, you
name it. Please note this copy features a very RARE topless shot of Konopka!! Directed by
Fernando Cerchio
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Upper 7 The Man To Kill Add to Shopping Cart
Alberto De Martino 1966
Rosalba Neri, Paul Hubschmid in english with greek subs
Great 60s spy film by Alberto De Martino starring Paul Hubschmid, Karin Dor, and Rosalba Neri
with music by the late great Bruno Nicolai. A hidden missile base in Africa needs to be located
before the world blows up.
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Ypotron Add to Shopping Cart
1966
Luis davilia, Janine Reynaud LETTERBOXED PRINT
Great sixties spy flick with Luis Davilia and Janine (SUCCUBUS) Reynaud. Scientist Dr. Morrow
has been kidnapped and agent Logan is assigned to the case. But is it really Dr. Morris or
someone impersonating him. Lots of gadgets, sexy babes and a surf guitar score that rules!!
You'll also learn what the HELL Ypotron means!!
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THE TIGER LIKES FRESH MEAT (1964)-In French with English subs, for the first time a beautiful looking version of this great tongue and cheek spoof by Claude Chabrol. Chabrol acknowledges his debt to Bond by prominently featuring a French-language copy of From Russia to Love in one scene, and other fixtures of the meme--ranging from beautiful women (From Russia With Love's absolutely stunning Daniela Bianchi) to oddball villains (a midget in a bird cage)--pop up throughout the film.

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AN ORCHID FOR THE TIGER (1966)-In French with English subs, for the first time! Chabrol made this fantastic film in the Tiger series (starring Roger Hanin) with the drop dead beauty, Margaret Lee, who spends a lot of time in a leopard skin bikini! Roger Hanin is Louis Rapiere AKA the Tiger, his reoccurring character in several spy flicks. He beds the babes and gets beat up regularly but manages to overcome in the end and this adventure is no exception. This time he's up against a lunatic ex-Nazi type called Hans Wunchendorf, also known as The Orchid, who wants to rule the world with his master race (of course) via his evil organization.

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OPERATION ST PETER (1967)-In Italian with English subs for the first time. A Lucio Fulci caper film with Edward G Robinson, Land Buzzanca, Jean-Claude Brialy, and Uta Levka. Small time crook Napoleone falls into an unlikely gang made up of a gangster, called The Baron, and his two cohorts, Agonia and The Captain, where Napoleone takes them to Rome where they shack up with a shady used car dealer caled Il Cajella to help finance their new life of crime by planing to rob a statue from the Vatican. But a big-time American gangster, named Joe Ventura, hears about the heist and wants the priceless statue for himself by having his mistress, Samantha, come onto and betray the woman-hungry Cajella to give the statue away to her.

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BONDITIS (1967)- Hilarious Swedish film that is a parody of nthe Eurospy genre. A nebbish dreams of being a superstud spy. His doctor sends him to an island to recover where of course he is mistaken for James Bond. He gets involved with foreign secret agents and the evil REVEREND UNCLE. Can he foil  the evil genius’ plans for world conquest? 

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COME SPY WITH ME (1967)-American Spy romp influenced by the Italians and especially THUNDERBALL, starring Troy Donohue, Andrea Romm,  and Albert Dekker. Set amidst the steamy underworld of Bermuda and Jamaica, this spy adventure chronicles the exploits of a female spy trying to investigate the mysterious murders of two colleagues before an important meeting between the world's most powerful leaders

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MAN ON THE SPYING TRAPEZE (1967)-EXCELLENT 60s spy film starring Wayde Preston. The film has its share of violence and torture too. The fights are choreographed well and feature lots of judo and karate-type action. Preston gets the best of the multiple (and recognizable) henchmen he frequently takes on. Throw in some good location shooting in Beirut and that cookin' Umiliani soundtrack and you have an above average actioner worth investigating.

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TRYGON FACTOR (1966)-In German with English subtitles, letterboxed print. For years I have had a full screen version of this dubbed in English. It was released letterboxed on German dvd but with no subs, well not anymore! This Edgar Wallace Krimi stars Stewart Granger, Sophie Hardy.

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OO2 OPERATION LUNA (1965)-In Italian with English subtitles, letterboxed print. Lucio Fulci comedy with franco and Ciccio that turns out to be a marvelous spy spoof and it co-stars Monica Randall. When a Russian space craft is lost in space with two cosmonauts on board, the KGB authorities abduct two petty criminals, Franco and Ciccio, to launch them into space and have them return to impersonate the lost cosmonauts, only to have the real cosmonauts, Paradowski and Borovin, return which the two duos cause misunderstandings abound.

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Roses for OSS 117 (1968)-Beautiful widescreen print! Awesome spy film starring John Gavin, Margaret Lee, and Luciana Paluzzi. Released here in a horrible pan and scan version  under the title murder for sale, THIS ONE BLOWS IT AWAY. The American Secret Service sends their best agent, OSS 117, to investigate a number of political murders that the police was not able to prevent. Desguised as a ruthless killer, 'William Chandler', OSS 117 will penetrate the terrorist organization just when it is preparing the murder of Heindrich Van Dyck, the UN delegate to the Middle-East peace process. OSS 117 will use a fake killing of Van Dyck, and substitute corpses, trying to dupe the criminal master mind, Dr. Saadi. Only, the Major is too clever, abducts Aicha, and OSS 117 must fight both for his life (as he must take a daily antidote for a drug he was injected with), Aicha's endangered life, and passing the information of the whereabouts of the terrorists headquarters to the Army before it's too late...

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HAMMERHEAD (1968)-Secret Agent Charles Hood (Vince Edwards) is on the trail of the criminal master spy Hammerhead (Peter Vaughn) and discovers some NATO secrets in between his hobby of collecting antique erotica from around the world.  Hood must stop the evil hammerhead before he uses the secret information to spark an incident of international terrorism.  In order to stop Hammerhead’s sordid plan, he poses as a courier delivering erotica to the spy.Judy Geeson and Diana Dors co-star.

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SECOND BEST SECRET AGENT IN THE WORLD (1965)- An "M" stand in looks Vine over and heartily disapproves of his hand cannon, a broomhandle mauser, in a special holster that covers his entire lower back. He has several scenes where he is blasting away with this great weapon. One car chase where he leans out the window with a long silencer on the ww1 vintage pistol "Thwipp, Thwipp, Thwipping" at the enemies car in the middle of busy daytime London traffic. Later, stoppped at an enemy roadblock, he does a trickey behind his back shot, shooting through his coat, then rolls into the middle of the road and from his back shoots the other enemies, shell casing flying. All of this action barely ruffles his hair. Here is the sequel to WHERE THE BULLETS FLY as it stars as Vine, Tom Adams, directed by Lindsay Shonteff.

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THE SERPENT (1973)- letterboxed print. Vlassov (Yul Brynner) is a Soviet spy. In France, Vlassov defects. He is whisked to the U.S.A., where Allan Davies (Henry Fonda) takes over the case. After polygraph tests and cross-examinations, Vlassov names several Western European agents who are also spying for the Soviets. Davies wants to take the listed agents into custody; meanwhile, those on the list start dying under mysterious circumstances.

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OSS 117 MISSION FOR A KILLER (1965)-Finally, a beautiful widescreen print of this rare Eurospy film! O.S.S. 117 (Frederick Stafford) is an American CIA operative who is sent to South America to thwart the attempt of a group of underground subversives who want to take over the world.  Bond-style spy adventure. Marina Vlady and Raymond Pellegrin star in this wonderful Andre Hunnabelle film.

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OSS117 RETURNS (1963)-WHAT A RARE FIND! In French with English subs, black and white print, letterboxed print. During an underwater dive in Corsica, a U.S. officer disappears. The secret service sends agent OSS 117 to investigate, where he discovers a gang of spies in the process of setting up a sophisticated system of submarine detection. OSS 117 is captured but must find a way to escape and put an end to the gang’s operation. This is a good film with great underwater photography and nice location work among the limestone cliffs of Bonifacio, Corsica. The movie shares some similarities to the then-recent Jame Bond picture Dr. No (especially toward the end), but on the other hand the underwater climax anticipates that of Thunderball made two years later, although on a less epic scale. Kerwin Matthews,  Norma Sanders, Irina Demick and directed by Andre Hunnabelle.

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JERK IN ISTANBUL (1967)-in French with English subs, letterboxed print. French made spy film from the 60s!! Francis Rigaud extremely rare Jerk à Istambul stars Michel Constatin and Jean_francois Poron in this Italo/French international suspenseful thrilling co-production. Also starring is the beautiful and then young Anny Duperey,  in her third film role in which two partners have won many a game, however this time around one of them flees the other with the loot, to Istanbul....

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SUPER 7 CALLING CAIRO (1965)-Finally a beautiful widescreen English dub of this great Umberto lenzi spy film! One of the better and more serious James Bond rip offs. The film has low budget but takes itself seriously and avoids camp. Superseven needs to track down a rare radioactive material hidden in a camera. This sends him off to Cario where most of the film takes place. Meanwhile, the bed guys want get the material first, or at least let Superseven lead them to it. There he meets Rosalba Neri's Faddja, who is forced to help the bad guys to pay off her debt to them. Rosalba gets decent screen time here and looks great. Her role is a bit more involved in the plot than many of her films. It's hard to tell if she's with the hero or against him, which is an plus given the majority of the characters she played. A huge surprise for me here was the female lead, Fabienne Dali. She played the old woman Ruth in KILL BABY KILL under a load of make up. She's a femme fatale here and 180 degrees from Ruth.

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OSS 117 GAMBLE IN BANGKOK (1964)-Finally, yet another OSS 117 spy adventure in beautiful widescreen English dub starring Kerwin Matthews, Pier Angeli, and Robert Hossein. A secret agent sets out to stop an evil scientist who is about to unleash on the world a virulent biological strain he has developed during experiments on rats.

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BERLIN APOCALYPSE (1967)-In French with English subs, letterboxed print. Extremely rare sixties spy film with Roger Hanin, Margaret Lee, and Claude Dauphin.  Another very rare Roger Hanin espionage film for our marvelous project, Mario Maffei's second film as director is based on the novel ''Caline Olivia'' by Jean Laborde.  A French secret agent (Hanin) comes by the mysterious disappearances of his colleagues on the track of a plot in East Berlin, involving allies and the Soviet Union against each other wanting distribution of fake, secret documents set up to provoke WWIII...

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KISS KISS BANG BANG (1966)-Letterboxed print. FINALLY A BEAUTIFUL WIDESCREEN PRINT OF THIS OUTSTANDING EUROSPY FILM STARRING GIULIANO GEMMA AND NIEVES NAVARRO!! Kirk Warren, a former spy, is to be executed because he tried to steal a million dollars. But he is saved by Colonel Smithson because Sir Wilcox has prepared a mission for him. Warren has to steal a secret formula in Switzerland and try to expose the real identity of Mr. X. Kirk leaves London and Alina, his girl, together with three clumsy friends to accomplish his not so secret mission. But Kirk's great love is always a million dollars and not a secret formula. Written by Baldinotto da Pistoia

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 THE 10 MILLION DOLLAR GRAB (1966)-Letterboxed print.Brad Harris, Dana Andrews,  and Elina De Witt star in this rare Bitto Albertini caper film. Brad Harris concocts a plot to steal a ton of money but of course it all goes wrong. A great score by Nico Fidenco makes this a 60s treasure.

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THE RELUCTANT SPY (1963)- What we have here is a delightful French romantic comedy with espionage overtones that even the most spy-hardened viewer will find diverting. Jean Marais is a married businessman with the unlikely moniker of Stanislas Everest Dubois who stumbles into true love and the danger of espionage in the same night. Marais inadvertently picks up the wrong coat while on his first date with Genevieve Page and thus begins the sequence of events that leads him into a world of humorous cops, dimwitted spies, curmudgeon cab drivers, and other sundry characters that cause him much frustration.  Marais is a winning hero who deftly carries the film and Page is cute and clever as the love interest. Gaia Germani has a small role as a double agent who meets her end in Marais' apartment.

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THE SPY I LOVED (1964)-  Coplan involves the prototype of a revolutionary ramjet stolen from a French factory. The culprits are an employee of the factory and his accomplice, a young Danish woman named Ingrid Carlsen (Virna Lisi). Francis Coplan (played by Dominique Paturel), the sleuth of the French Secret Service, is put on the case. Compromised in a preceding affair, Ingrid escaped from prison thanks to a fellow colleague of Coplan put at foot. To redeem himself, the young agent provides Coplan with the few clues which he has on Ingrid. Gradually, Coplan succeeds in solving the case.

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THE VISCOUNT (1967)-Some French dialogue subtitled in English. Kerwin Mathews stars as The Viscount with  Fernando Rey, Jean Yanne, and sexy Silvia Sorrente. Hollywood star Kerwin Mathews plays a smooth-talking insurance investigator who looks into a bank robbery and ends up breaking up two famous gangs involved in a drug war. The story was based on one of the popular OSS 117 spy books by Jean Bruce.

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SCORPIONS AND MINISKIRTS (1967)-In Spanish with English subs, letterboxed print. An awesome 60s spy film! Director: Ramon ComasCast: Adrian Hoven, Barth Warren, Wolfgang Preis, George Wang, Claudia Gravy. The object of this operation is violence, sadism, and pornography...,So wrote film critic Eduardo Geada, in a daily newspaper ("A Capital" 1970) at the film's premiere. A number of shapely women in mini-skirts, and half-nude in a massage parlour invaded by two fighting groups of spies, and a fast paced actioner, well photographed, and above average as entertainment.

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THE MONOCLE (1964)-In french with english subs, letterboxed print. The French have a way with the spy film (among other things) and this must be among the most eccentric spy films of the 1960's. Paul Meurisse plays Major Theobald Dromar a.k.a. The Monocle, a fey secret agent who wears a monocle (hence the nickname) and cultivates an array of other odd mannerisms. Dromar is exceptionally successful in his work while putting up with the vulgar heathens on both sides of the law that surround him.This adventure of The Monocle matches the strange character of Dromar to a tee (there were two previous films, The Black Monocle and Eye of the Monocle). There is some nice high contrast black and white photography and a great cool jazz score by Michel Magne, who also scored the Fantomas films. But the highlights of the film revolve around the curiosities tossed at the viewer with nonchalance. Director Georges Lautner (The Great Spy Chase) had charge of the previous Monocle films as well so his feel for the character is well ingrained.The plot is simple enough but it has little to do with one's enjoyment of the film, after all. Locations in Hong Kong and Macao are used to great effect. Hong Kong never looked so densely crowded nor Macao so spare and haunting. There is lots of street footage in both places, some typical, but most not so.One of the most unusual spy film experiences, The Monocle grows on you if you give it the chance. As Dromar says at one point `the more I see of the Chinese, it's amazing how like the French they are.'

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PEKING BLONDE (1967)- Fun Eurospy movie featuring the gorgeous Mireille Darc, the amusing Claudio Brook, Edward G. Robinson and Giorgia Moll. Based on the book by James Hadley Chase and directed by Nicholas Gessner. Darc as a blonde amnesiac tentatively identified as Erika Olsen, the mistress of Chinese ballistics expert Feng Hoh Kung. American and Soviet agents, anxious to elicit rocket secrets, pursue the blonde, while their Chinese counterparts seek to kill her....

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3 FANTASTIC SUPERMEN (1966)-Finally a beautiful letterboxed version of this great action film! Tony and Nick are professional thieves recruited by the FBI to topple a fishy shadow government trafficking in counterfeit dollars.  The assignment hurls the heroes from a bogus embassy to the villain's "universal reproducer" laboratory, where the evildoer-in- chief reproduces everything from currency to humanoid robots. While posing as a highly respected children's school philanthropist, the boss bad-ass executes his schemes with the help of clones, goons, and lethal ladies.  Brad Harris and Tony Kendall co-star.

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COPLAN BREAKS OUT(1965)-Wow, finally a great looking letterboxed print of this Riccardo Freda spy film from the 60s! Riccardo Freda's first of two Francis Coplan spy films (his second being Coplan ouvre le feu à Mexico) Coplan FX 18 casse tout stars Richard Wyler in one of the 5 Coplan films based on Paul Kenny's espionage novels (this particular film is based on Stoppez Coplan).  This flamboyant entry project has FX-18 (Richard Wyler) hurtling back and forth between Paris and Istanbul to prevent an Arab nuclear strike on Israel. Teamed with a bumbling Israeli operative (stuntman Gil Delamare), FX-18 must deal with exploding airplanes, nuclear terrorists, scientists in spiked coffins, murdered strippers, and sadistic torture-killings, all while trying to avoid World War III. Freda loads the film with campy sexual sight-gags and wonderfully silly set pieces such as the film's finale, in which Coplan is strapped inside a nuclear warhead to be launched to a certain doom. Delamare stages some impressive stunts, and although the supporting cast is rather weak, Wyler, Delamare, and siren Jany Clair make the film enjoyable for genre devotees. This film has several alternate titles, including: The Exterminators, FX-18, Superspy, Coplan FX-18, and Coplan Casse Tout.

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 RETURN OF THE MONOCLE (1962)-In French with English subs. In 1943, a German commando dissimulates a large quantity of gold in an undersea cave on the coast of Corsica. Years later, Schlumpf, the sole survivor of the commando, returns to Corsica to recuperate the treasure -- with British and Soviet spies on his heels, and closely monitored by Dromard, from the French intelligence services. The monocled Dromard is convinced that he can outfox his opponents, but difficulties accumulate: despite his plump appearance, Herr Schlumpf is a sly fellow; Corsica is teeming with treasure hunters from various nationalities; and all parties readily resort to unnatural alliances, brazen treachery, and strong-arm tactics. Who will get the treasure? Paul Meurisse stars as the titular character and Elga Andersen as the female lead, directed by Georges Lautner.

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THE BLACK MONOCLE (1961)-In French with English subs, letterboxed print. The first of the 3 Monocle Spy films from the 60s, the film stars Paul Meurisse, Elga Andersen, and Bernard Blier. The Marquis de Villemaur reunite stranges visitors in his Castle, to meet a survivor of the 3rd Reich. There is an Italian fascist ; Heinrich, a German ; Matthias, a russian ; and Dromard, a blind French war hero, with a black monocle.

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THE SOLITAIRE ATTACKS (1966)-Letterboxed print.Roger Hanin stars as Eurospy guy SOLITAIRE! Le solitaire passe à l'attaque stars Roger Hanin as Frank Norman, ace of the French secret service, who's offered by his chief a double mission: to recover an element of a newly discovered French top secret weapon in Spain at the conclusion of a demonstration, and to protect his colleague Robert Goff (Jean Le Febrve), a secret service correspondent in Barcelona, whom covered the operation and has just been “roasted”. Norman goes to Barcelona, where he has one weekend to transport the delivery of a magnetic tape, to contact an engineer in perdition and to save the network…

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE (1970)- Ok,what we have here is actually sequel to The Spy Killer 1969, Foreign Exchange is a 1970 British television thriller film directed by Roy Ward Baker and starring Robert Horton, Sebastian Cabot and Jill St. John.  It was based on a novel by Jimmy Sangster. A former British spy arranges an exchange of captured spies with Russia.

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MATA HARI AGENT H21 (1964)-In French with english subs, letterboxed print. Directed by Jean-Louis Richard , Writers: Jean-Louis Richard and François Truffaut. Jeanne Moreau ... Mata Hari / Margaretha Geertruida Zelle,  Jean-Louis Trintignant...Captain François Lasalle. This French version of the notorious spy's life centers less on her romantic escapades, and more on those that reveal the person she actually was during WW I when her German superiors ordered her to seduce the French captain Trintignant so she can steal classified papers from him. Instead she falls in love with him, blows the cover, and ends up convicted of espionage and shot.

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COUNTDOWN TO DOOMSDAY (1966)-Previously available in shitty looking quality, this Giorgio Ardisson spy film looks as good as the day it was released! It looks like a spy movie, it sounds like a spy movie, it's even titled like a spy movie, but "Countdown To Doomsday"  s technically more of a crime / private eye tale: the hero is not a secret agent but a private detective hired by a rich man to look into the kidnapping of his daughter, who is also a reporter who was writing a series of articles trying to expose a drug smuggling ring operating in Caracas. When he goes there, he finds himself under constant attacks and is even framed for murder, so he teams up with a British narcotics agent and his beautiful (and I mean BEAUTIFUL) female partner, as it seems they're all after the same target. The cast does a pretty good job all around, and the action scenes are fairly entertaining. Starring Ardisson, Pascale Petit and Horst Frank, directed by Marcello Baldi.

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THE LOOTERS (1967)-Beautiful widescreen print. A fun filled caper movie where the bad guys are the good guys. Its pure sixties hokum, and it is truly fine. Frederick Stafford with his classic James Bond type good looks is the main man, assisted by Jean Seberg and a quite bemused Serge Gainsbourg. This is a film that is a total joy from start to finish, and afterwards you will be baying for more of the same. I love it, take me back to the sixties now. It’s all about stolen gold and how everything goes wrong for the two stars as they try and outwit their evil partners.

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A LOTUS FOR MISS QUON (1967)-In French with English subs, letterboxed print.  Another very rare Lang Jeffries film , director Jürgen Roland's Lotosblüten für Miss Quon is based on the 1961 novel ''A Lotus For Miss Quon'' by James Hadley Chase. The plot involves Mark Jason (Lang Jeffries), an American travelling salesman, who finds in his apartment a batch of diamonds that were hidden there by a previous tenant. He'll do his best to keep this unexpected booty, however complications quickly ensue...Also starring in this film are Francesca Tu (debut), Werner Peters, Daniel Emilfork, Salvatore Borghese, Christa Linder, François Cadet, Luciana Paoli and Gianni Rizzo, among others. Also featured is an original soundtrack by revered Italian composer Piero Umiliani. (1967)-In French with English subs, letterboxed print. It doesn’t get much rarer than this Eurospy film starring Tough Guy Lang Jeffries!

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OPERATION DOUBLECROSS (1965)-In Spanish with English subs. Rare Eurospy film with Jean marais and Marisa mell! Based on the novel 'Combat de negres' by René Cambon, Gilles Grangier's Train d'enfer also known as Operation Double Cross and Trampa Bajo el Sol in this particular print, stars Jean Marais as a French secret agent who finds himself wrapped up in a shady criminal affair which he sets to resolve by pitting his astuteness, strength and audacity against countless perils in this gripping thriller, also see Jean Marais' great Karate technique, with complicated and dangerous holds you're guaranteed a good old dose of action and violence!. Don't forget of course the beautiful and voluptuous Marisa Mell!.

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A CHINESE PUZZLE FOR JUDOKA (1964)-In german with English subs. Presented in it's original French dialogue, and VERY rarely emitted on television, Maurice Labro's last of 6 espionage films stars Marc Briand (actually a true judoka, who's acting career was short lived) as Marc St-Clair, who brilliantly wins a gold medal at a tournament at a school of Kendo in Japan. He offers his trophy to his friend Clyde (Paolo Tiller), an American pilot, shortly before Clyde's set to fly in the company of a C.I.A. agent (Heinz Drache) on an experimental supersonic bomber, to a mission of espionage in China. In the absence of Clyde, Marc falls in love with Jennifer (Marilù Tolo), Clyde's girlfriend. Thus he feels more keenly the pangs of guilt when he learns that the bomber had crashed at sea, Marc leaves for Hong Kong and learns from the lips of a charming Asian (Maria Minh), that Clyde is still alive and held prisoner by a neo-nazi organization...

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AGENT FOR H.A.R.M. (1966)-Beautiful print! Adam Chance (Peter Mark Richman), works for an American agency, H.A.R.M. (Human Aetiological Relations Machine). He is assigned to protect Dr. Jan Steffanic (Carl Esmond), a recent Soviet defector who has developed a new weapon which fires spores that upon contact with skin slowly eat the body away. Following Dr Steffanic's arrival in the US he is taken into protective custody by H.A.R.M. and is placed in a beach house along with his niece and Agent Chance to develop a spore antidote. Here he reveals the communists' real plan, which is to dust all of the American crops with these deadly spores. During their time at this house Chance falls for Steffanic's niece Ava Vestok (Barbara Bouchet), who is later revealed to be a communist spy. After the flat is attacked, Dr Steffanic is kidnapped by European spies and taken to a warehouse. Chance eventually rides in and a gun fight ensues in which Steffanic is exposed to the deadly spores in a valiant sacrifice, and dies.

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KILLERS ARE CHALLENGED (1966)-Letterboxed print! Fleming Bob Fleming spends most of the movie milling around the same hotel in Casablanca getting mixed up with a variety of sexy babes who are trying to kill him.  He's in deep cover as the genius scientist Coleman who, along with two others, has discovered an alternative energy source to oil. The other two have been murdered and Coleman is next on the list and he's gone so far as to have plastic surgery to hide his true identity from potential assassins.  This is perfect for the CIA's efforts to protect Coleman and to root out the killers because it allows Fleming Bob Fleming to assume Coleman's identity.  It might have been a teensy bit less than perfect though since this plastic surgery somehow turned an old ugly dude into a strapping blonde stud, but Fleming Bob Fleming even thought of that! Great Spy film with Richard Harrison, Susy Andersen, and Wanda Guidisa, directed by Antonio Margheriti.

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 SOUTH OF E’PAULE (1978)-In French with English subs. This film starts out like a lot of espionage thrillers: an innocent man witnesses a murder and finds himself mixed up in a deadly intrigue of spies and counter-spies. "Un papillon sur l'épaule" works better because it never fully gives up its mystery. We know that something sinister is afoot and we can make some intelligent guesses, but the thing is never spelled out for us. Lino Ventura is like Alice (a paunchy, middle-aged Alice) who tumbles down a rabbit-hole and wakes up in a world that's not quite the same as before, where no-one believes him or can explain what's happening and where innocuous-looking strangers suddenly take on a menacing significance. The white rabbit of this particular looking-glass world is played by Claudine Auger, a slinky spy who keeps whizzing up in a battered car to dispense gnomic advice and warnings. Paul Crauchet, who acted with Ventura nine years earlier in Melville's "L'Armée des ombres", plays a lunatic in pyjamas with an imaginary talking butterfly on his shoulder and a scarecrow in his bed. . The film stars Lino Ventura and was directed by Jacques Deray.

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A COFFIN FOR HONG KONG (1964)-In german with English subs, letterboxed print. A private detective finds the limp body of Greta Chi(a Chinese/Danish actress of the 60s) in his office, shot with his own gun. Shortly afterward, an attempt is made on his own life, which causes him to travel to Hong Kong in order to duck the police and unravel a complicated mystery involving drug smuggling and secret societies. Rare eurospy film with Heinz Drache and Elga Andersen.

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GOLDGINGER (1965)-Letterboxed print. It's been said that a little bit of Franco Franchi goes a long way (and if it hasn't been said, I'll say it) but this action comedy hits a lot of the right notes for vintage Bond fans: There's a particularly outlandish Eurospy plot about killer robots, colorful scenery, goofy gadgets, jazzy score,  pretty girls including a bevy of fembots (Le Gingergirls) and even a few stupid laugh-out-loud moments. I don't know if British actor George Hilton was ever considered for the role of James Bond, but he auditions for the part here as agent 007.  Fernando Rey is the main villain (and it looks like his voice was looped for both the Italian and English tracks) and gorgeous Gloria Paul plays his lovely but lethal assistant.

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002 SECRET AGENTS (1964)-In Italian with English subs, letterboxed print. Directed by Lucio Fulci, Franco and Ciccio are two simple-minded Italian guys whom are mistaken by KGB spies by government agents from their government and other foreign governments. Ingrid Schoeller provides the cheesecake.

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7 MINUTES BEFORE DEATH (1968)-In Spanish with English subs, letterboxed print. Ramón Fernández's extremely hard to find only espionage film Siete minutos para morir stars Paolo Gozlino as Bill Howard, a business associate assigned by the United States consulate in Hong Kong to report in detail on the movements of nationalist agents operating in communist China. So he does, until through an encounter by the docks of the city he is assassinated before he is capable of turning in the information to the United States consulate. Immediately the consulate contacts it's national secret service who assign Mike Russo (George Hilton) to the job to retrieve the stolen and necessary information back from who stole it. Mike manages to escape miraculously an attempt on his life in Hong Kong and finds out that the Italian mafia is somehow implicated in the affair, he therefore flies to Milan in pursuit of a confusing lead which step by step appears to make more and more sense...Claudia Gravy co-stars.

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 5 ASHORE FOR SINGAPORE (1967)- When a U.S. marine is reported missing, five CIA operatives are sent to Singapore to investigate the soldier's disappearance in this spy actioner. Rare film starring Sean Flynn (son of Erroll) in his last performance before disappearing in Vietnam.  Directed by Bernard Toublanc-Michel

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KILL PANTHER KILL (1968)-Letterboxed print. Beautiful print of this film in the Kommissar X spy series. Brad harris and Tony Kendall star. In the opening moments of Kill, Panther, Kill! we see the daring escape, during a prison transfer, of master criminal Arthur Tracy (Franco Fantasia). Tracy has been in stir for four years after thieving a fortune in jewels worth three million dollars. Now his loyal henchmen, Anthony and Smokey, lie in wait beside a desolate hillside road that’s apparently intended to be overlooking Malibu — but is actually some anonymous European location — as the LAPD van baring Arthur approaches. After dispensing with Arthur’s guards in a hail of machinegun fire, the three pile into a getaway car, at which point Anthony (Siegfried Rauch) says he knows of an ideal place for them to hold up.

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OPERATION EXTERMINATION (1965)-letterboxed print. Fun Eurospy film with Ingrid Schoeller and Alberto Lupo, directed by Umberto lenzi. Two secret agents join forces in Egypt (and later in Switzerland) to locate & destroy an anti-radar device, and retrieve the plans of its design. One is a British male; the other is an American female. Her code name is 008, and, as the title suggests, she is actually the central hero(ine) of this film, quite atypically for its day. The two agents have an equal partnership, but if anyone is closer to the "sidekick" role, it's the man. Ingrid Schoeller plays what is quite possibly the first attempt of international cinema to create a female James Bond-type character: she is beautiful, curvaceous, sweet, intelligent, armed with gadgets, expert with a gun, and can handle herself in a fight without needing a man to rescue her (as she proves in a daring escape from an enemy-riddled beauty saloon). All this, combined with the lively banter between the two leads and the crazy double-twist ending (the first twist is smart; the second nonsensical!), make "A 008: Operazione Sterminio" one of the most enjoyable Eurospy movies of the period.

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CODE 7 VICTIM 5 (1964)-Letterboxed print. This is a typical Harry Alan Towers production--find an out-of-the-way country where the pound/dollar goes a long way and without powerful unions, hire a lot of locals in small roles, use a lot of free locations to give the film "color," have Towers himself pen a by-the-numbers script over dinner or during a flight. South Africa photographs well (the film was shot by Nicholas Roeg, so it's no surprise), and is so unfamiliar to this American that the background almost becomes a character. The plot is the standard "someone is killing off one by one the members of a group from a previous time" and ex-Nazis are even dragged in. Ronald Fraser (best known in the USA for FATHOM, with Raquel Welch and the late great Tony Franciosa) does a good job as the local police inspector who finds jet-setting detective Barker to be a bit of a pest, but eventually realizes Barker's honesty and professionalism--Fraser and Barker are the perfect foils for each other.

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EASY DEATH IN GHENT (1967)-In French with English subs, letterboxed print. American Teddy Jason, an expert diver/mercenary [played by George Hilton] is hired by a group of revolutionaries from a fictitious North African country, to extract some diamonds from the wreck of a government plane at the bottom of the sea.  Jason is caught by the authorities, but manages to hide the loot just before his arrest.  He's thrown into a prison/labor camp [The mines of paradise] on the other side of the desert and tortured for information on the diamonds hiding place.  With the help of a few prison inmates he manages to affect a daring escape and cross the blazing desert back to Ghentar.  He plans to pick up the loot and take off with it for himself [typical mercenary], but gets caught up in the revolution and helps overthrow the ruling dictator in the process.  Also of special note is the fact that, although all information indicates that this was directed by Leon Klimovsky, apparently Mr George Hilton himself once said in an interview that it was actually directed by Enzo G. Castellari.  I would put my money on Enzo as director for this film.  Anybody familiar with both directors and their styles will quickly identify the Enzo behind the camera here.  Hilton also said that he regretted the fact that this movie did not receive much attention and was not as popular as his other films from the same era.

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FANTASTIC ARGOMAN (1967)-Rare Letterboxed print. Who is Argoman? Is he an arch-criminal, a thief or a super human fighting for justice and peace? When Jenabelle, self proclaimed Queen of the World steals the globe's largest diamond, Argoman is sent to retrieve it. It's action, adventure and excitement like no other. The world's largest diamond has been stolen, and there's only one man capable of wrestling it back from the clutches of the evil Jenabelle. That man is Argoman--a masked superhero who has to battle against Jenabelle's army of robots in his quest to retrieve the precious stone. FANTASTIC ARGOMAN is a sly spoof of the superhero genre, and contains equal amounts of laughs and action-packed sequences. Cast: Dominique Boschero, Andrea Bosic, Roger Browne, Edward Douglas, Dario De Grassi, Eduardo Fajardo.

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HOW I STOLE THE ATOMIC BOMB (1964)-In Italian with English subs, rare Lucio Fulci film! Franco, an Italian fisherman, witnesses a U.S. Air Force plane crash in the Mediterranean off Egypt carrying a nuclear weapon, and he is then pursued by shady spy, named Ciccio, working for a spy organization led by the sinister Dr. Si (Yes) to find the atom bomb before anyone else does to blackmail the world, which leads to Franco and Ciccio forming an unlikely alliance to get the bomb for themselves.

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RIFIFI IN THE CITY (1963)-In Spanish with English subs, letterboxed print.Excellent jess Franco spy film! This movie in crisp, expertly lighted black and white has not one boring second. It may not be the greatest piece of cinematic art, but there is a lot of artistic ambition on display so that the movie may well suck you in for the odd 90 minutes. The title is a rip off from Jules Dassin's masterpiece Rififi Chez les Hommes. The main villain here is none other than Belgian character actor Jean Servais who played the top gangster in the original Rififi. The story line reminded me more of Dashiell Hammett's The Glass Key: The Servais character is a gangster and night club owner who also runs for senator. The political campaign takes up quite some time, with a huge mass of Servais posters in the streets, a propaganda march in a public space, a full fledged political speech and Servais kissing an old woman and later complaining to his aides that she smelled of onions. A police informer and ladies man close to the Servais character was killed (he is not deposited on the steps of a police station but thrown through the window into a police man's private residence – which might give an idea of the degree of violence dealt out here) and it is basically about the search of the killer and a succession of further killings to avenge that death. The negative nature of politics in general takes quite a lot of space which always surprises me a little in movies that were apparently made in Spain during the Franco regime. Besides Servais there are a lot of really picturesque character actors of both sexes on display.

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ELECTRA 1 (1966)-Letterboxed print. Director: Alfonso Balcázar, Cast: Maria Badmayev, Vivi Bach, Juan Llusa, Gérard Landry, Ignazio Leone, George Martin, Michael Monfort, Georges Chamarat, Rosalba Neri. Daniele Vargas is Electra, a dangerous maniac with a mighty organization behind him.

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 SLALOM (1965)-In Italian with eng subs, beautiful letterboxed print. Cast: Vittorio Gassman, Beba Loncar, Adolfo Celi, Emma Danieli, Daniela Bianchi, Corrado Olmi, Robert Olive, Isabella Biagini, Loubna A. Aziz, Piero Vida. At Christmas Lucio Ridolfi (Vittorio Gassman), along with his wife and a couple of friends going on holiday to Sestriere. A beautiful and mysterious woman will cause a series of strange adventures that involve an intricate international conspiracy. During a trip is hit and stunned and he wakes up on a plane to Cairo with a passport in the name of a foreign national and alongside a woman who claims to be his wife. Lucio is forced to collaborate with U.S. agents in order to foil a plan to topple the Western economy through the introduction of counterfeit U.S. dollars.

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THE BALERIC OPERATION (1966)-In Italian with english subs, letterboxed print. Starring: Mireille Darc, Venantino Venantini, Daniela Bianchi, Jacques Sernas, Marilu Tolo, Harold Sakata. This film, The Balearic Caper managed to draw into its web Daniela Bianchi and Harold Sakata. Bianchi is no stranger to spy fans. After her stint in From Russia With Love her career was dominated by spy films; appearing in titles such as Requiem For a Secret Agent, Operation Kid Brother, Code Name: Tiger and Special Mission Lady Chaplin – and a couple more There’s very little point outlining any of the plot, as you can no doubt picture the various scenarios of mistaken identity, double and triple cross as the various thieves try to acquire the correct sceptre and escape with it.

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MEXICAN SLAYRIDE (1967)-In Italian with english subs, letterboxed print. Lang Jeffries (Coplan), Sabine Sun (the countess), José María Caffarel (Langis) star in this excellent spy film by Riccardo Freda! When a bunch of paintings stolen by the Nazis during the Second World War start turning up in auctions around the world, the secret service are interested: just who is it who’s selling them?  and why are they being sold right now?  After the first agent dispatched to find out what’s going on is murdered, super-efficient spy Coplan (Lang Jeffries) is assigned the case and, given that he knows absolutely nothing about culture whatsoever, is ordered to take along a slightly more civilised, rookie agent, Fondane (Robert Party), with him.

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THE PERFECT MAN FOR THE JOB (1967)-letterboxed print. Another Eurospy flick  with one of the finest opening theme tunes ever written. Expect some stolen diamonds, some plane crashes (well, one..) attractive ladies (Rosalba Neri) and erm... some funky gadgets... Actually, I don't really remember many of them but the rest of the usual stuff is in there.... Did I mention submarines and yachts? Stars Richard Harrison.

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SICARIO 77 ALIVE OR DEAD (1968)-In Italian with english subs, letterboxed print. Lester of the UK Secret Service follows a lead, from a rigged boxing match to Mr. King, a German scientist who is using his power and special knowledge to rebuild a Nazi regime and the world take-over. Rod Dana and Monica Randall co-star in this excellent eurospy film directed by Mino Guerrini.

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HIGH SEASON FOR SPIES (1966)-IN GERMAN WITH ENG SUBS.Leticia Roman, Peter Van Eyck and Antonio Vilar star in this rare Eurospy film. A scientist discovers the formula of a particular resistant steel, and a spy ring from an enemy power sets after him to obtain it.

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JAMES TONT OPERATION 2 (1966)-IN ITALIAN WITH ENG SUBS, LETTERBOXED PRINT.Bruno Corbucci directs this spy spoof starring Lando Buzzanca, Claudi Lange and Antonella Murgia. The movie pokes  fun at all the gadgets and villains that appeared in the first three Bond films. Instead of a stylish Austin-Martin he has a little Fiat )which goes 200mph and doubles as a submarine. The plot has James Tont assigned to prevent Goldsinger from blowing up a special meeting of the UN in Rome. I actually thought it was one of the better ripoffs of James Bond.

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OUR AGENT IN CASABLANCA (1966)-LETTERBOXED PRINT. American agent Brian Kerwin is sent to Casablanca to locate a missing dossier which can be used to blackmail an important politician. Several parties are interested in it - but who stole it, and where is it now? Kerwin is played by Lang Jeffries, who is a better actor than most of his competitors in this genre (notice the scene where he shows genuine sadness over the death of his female assistant). The women in "Our Man In Casablanca" are given plot-related roles, and are not used as mere eye-candy. And there are some classic genre touches, like echoing footsteps in the middle of a quiet night, and a villain with a special weapon (this time, a literally "electrifying" right hand). It's a technically well-done film, but somehow it's also quite tiresome. An example of this is the sequence where a car with Kerwin and a woman is being pursued by a plane spraying DDT on them. This is an ambitious sequence for the kind of budget these movies usually have, and it's pulled off well, but then it goes on so long that the viewer starts losing interest.

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DEVILMAN STORY (1964)-Letterboxed.Awesome Eurospy weirdness! Guy Madison stars in this excellent addition to the Eurospy genre. Investigating the disappearance of Prof Becker, who holds the key to life itself. A man mysteriously disappears during a trip to Africa. A daughter, accompanied by the hero of the moment, it forward into the forest to look for him and finds him in the company of a mad scientist who performs demential experiments in the human brain. Directed by Paolo Bianchini. 

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