Password: Kill Agent Gordon (1966)

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A tough CIA agent is called in to put a stop to a shipment of weapons to the Viet Cong from an arms smuggling ring.


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7 November 2002 | vjetorix
The Umiliani score makes it worth it
Director Sergio Grieco (billed as Terence Hathaway) again pits Roger Browne against Franco Ressel just as he did in Rififi in Amsterdam (67). This time Ressel plays the villain Albert Kowalski in drag and in a wheelchair for the bulk of the film, a strange angle that's never fully explained. Roger Browne is agent Douglas Gordon who has a nifty designer wardrobe and charm enough to unite superpowers in thwarting Kowalksi's plans.

Exotic locations like Paris, Tripoli, and Madrid, a fun score by Piero Umiliani and put off lines for girls that don't measure up (`you're very sweet and someday I want you to meet my twin brother') help to keep this average actioner afloat. But when your villain is named Kowalski, you know you're not in for a first class ride.

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Adventure | Action

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Release Date:

30 March 1966

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Spain, Italy

Filming Locations

Madrid, Spain

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