Password: Kill Agent Gordon (1966)

  |  Adventure, Action


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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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31 December 2007 | gridoon2021
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| Underwhelming James Bond knock-off
This mid-60's Italian/Spanish co-production is one of the numerous attempts to cash in on the James Bond craze of the decade. It gets some of the ingredients of the formula right (a secret agent who is good with his fists and irresistible to the ladies, various international locations (from Paris to Madrid), a casino sequence, the "You Play To Win" title song, etc.), but fails to connect them in a coherent way. The story is hard to follow, and the low budget limits about 90% of the action to simple fistfights (there are no set-pieces to take advantage of the locations the way the Bond films do). Roger Browne is a passable lead, he has the looks and the athleticism for the part, but the bad guys are generally useless. In the second half, Brown teams up with a beautiful female Russian spy (Helga Liné), but her character is not really that much help. Among the other women he meets is Rosalba Neri, to whom he says "I bet you are good at freestyle wrestling". Pity we never get to find out! (*1/2)

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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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