Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi
Secret agent Matt Helm must battle foreign spies and a rogue nation's exiled ruler in order to recover a hijacked U.S. government experimental flying saucer.
During the last scene, the song played as a replacement to Martin's Everybody Loves Somebody Sometimes was Strangers in the Night sang by Frank Sinatra. But as a joke, Martin remarked that the girl he's about to train like Perry Como songs. Both ... ...
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Throughout the entire film you can see the wires that are used to lift things and people up whenever the "anti-gravity ray" is used. This is especially obvious in the scenes where the saucer is brought down to the jungle and when Matt rescues Sheila from the runaway train wagon.
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