Con licencia para matar (1969)

  |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


Four martial-artsy crime-fighting gals and their comic sidekick, under the leadership of a middle-aged guy in a business suit, defeat some bad people who are doing bad stuff.


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14 May 2006 | Memorabiliaurb
8
| not a great,but you enjoy
This is the first movie of 3 spectacular beauties(Monti,Angely,Cranz) who live as models and high society women,but secretly they are secret agents known as Las Tigresas and resolve international conflicts and cases.The 3 live together with his housekeeper(Ochoa)who suppose have the comic parts of the movie(but she never makes you laugh)in this James Bond style movie of international terrorists and crime gangs and high technology gadgets.Even when this movie have many mistakes like the 3 women are very popular because one is model another is a a go go singer and dancer and the last one is a society woman,the secret identity starts when the 3 wear a extremely tight black suit(like Julie Newmar's costume of Catwoman,but without the mask)and use weapons but everybody looks the face of the 3.This movie was so popular at the point to made a second movie of these,but even when the movie entertains you and the 3 stars look great in black costumes,you start to tied of spies wannabe low budget movies.

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