Danger!! Death Ray (1967)

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Secret Agent Bart Fargo chases the kidnappers of the inventor of a death ray.


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Director:

Gianfranco Baldanello

Writers:

Juan Antonio Cabezas (story), Jaime Comas Gil (screenplay), Jaime Comas Gil (story), Aldo Cristiani (screenplay), Aldo Cristiani (story), Domenico Paolella (screenplay)

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20 January 1999 | Henry-17
Just another European spy movie.
IL RAGGIO INFERNALE is just another of the many European spy movies from the heyday of this genre. The tired plot has ex-Tarzan Gordon Scott seeking the kidnapped inventor of a deathray (yawn!) and fighting Alberto Dalbes as the villain. There are some nice technical gadgets, but in the end this movie gets stuck in mediocrity.

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Genres

Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

28 January 1967

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy, Spain

Filming Locations

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

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