10 November 2002 | vjetorix
Likeable spy thriller for fans
This is the most serious of the three contributions Ray Danton made to the sub-genre of European spy movies, the other two being Secret Agent Super Dragon (66) and Lucky the Inscrutable (67). While still being light-hearted in nature, this film at least acknowledges the deaths of human beings in the line of duty. Danton is Jeff Larson, who, his boss says can be trusted `with anything except, of course, my own daughter.'
If you're in the mood for a fast moving, enjoyable adventure with a good cast, check this out. You won't be disappointed in these Bondian antics. Larson is. uhm, well as he would put it, `Don't strain yourself, baby. No one's come up with the right word yet!'