Approved | | Drama, Thriller
An American agent has tracked down the stronghold of an evil criminal mastermind, determined to take over the world.
Stephen Coulter (as James Mayo) wrote five Charles Hood novels of which 'Hammerhead' (1964) was the first. The remaining four (none of which have been filmed) were 'Let Sleeping Girls Lie' (1965); 'Shamelady' (1966); 'Once in a Lifetime' aka 'Sergeant Death' in the USA (1968); and 'The Man Above Suspicion' (1969).
There's something intrinsically honest about pornography. The more perverse, the more honest it becomes.
Hood shows his expertise in fine-art by correctly identifying the artist of each painting displayed in the vestibule of his first meeting. However, looking at 'The Turkish Bath' by J-A-D Ingres, he pronounces the artist's surname with two syllables instead of one.
Take a look at your favorite stars from the 1990s and how they've changed in the last three decades.