Matchless (1967)

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A secret agent possesses a ring that makes him invisible for a short time, once every 10 hours. He is in pursuit of an evil criminal mastermind but, at the same time, must evade an enemy agent who also wants the ring.


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  • Patrick O'Neal and Ira von Fürstenberg in Matchless (1967)
  • Ira von Fürstenberg in Matchless (1967)
  • Ira von Fürstenberg in Matchless (1967)
  • Ira von Fürstenberg in Matchless (1967)
  • Patrick O'Neal and Ira von Fürstenberg in Matchless (1967)
  • Henry Silva in Matchless (1967)

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17 March 2018 | rodrig58
5
| Good start, then boring and ends well!
Patrick O'Neal, of "The Kremlin Letter" (1970), here is some kind of skinny James Bond, who gets more punches than he gives, but, from time to time, he's invisible. Ira von Fürstenberg, who looks like a twin sister of Margaret Lee, is Arabella, kind of Bond girl. Donald Pleasence, post original Bond, makes a caricature of a villain. So does Henry Silva, a bad character parody. Nicoletta Machiavelli, who looks very good in this movie, is helping Henry Silva. All are spies and spies one another, American, Russian, Chinese, the whole planet etc. One half spies the other half... The music is signed by the great Ennio Morricone but it's not great. Director is master Alberto Lattuada, who has made many good films, including two absolute masterpieces: "Lights of Variety" (along with Fellini) and "Mafioso" with the great Alberto Sordi. Another interesting movie made by him is "Fraulein Doktor". This one is neither a masterpiece nor stupid. It's worth seeing if you like Bond parodies and for the sake of the stars.

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