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Kommissar X – FBI: Operation Pakistan (1971)


KOMMISSAR X – FBI: OPERATION PAKISTAN (1971)


Kommissar X jagt die roten Tiger (original title)

 

FBI Operation Pakistan (World-wide English title)
The Tiger Gang (World-wide English title)
F.B.I. operazione Pakistan (Italy)
El comisario X a la caza de los tigres rojos (Spain)
Commissaire X contre Tiger-Gang (France)

1971 West Germany | Italy | Pakistan
Direction: Harald Reinl
Actors: Tony Kendall, Brad Harris, Gisela Hahn

Captain Tom Rowland and Commissioner X are sent to smash the Red Tigers Gang,which is responsible for the smuggling of drugs from Afghanistan to US. Both come to Pakistan and do a joint operation with the help of Pakistani Agencies. SP.Ali and Jacky Clay joins the Commissioner X’s team in Pakistan.

“Kommissar X” is a private detective named Joe Louis Walker (from a series of German crime fiction books) who was a counterpart of the German crime fiction FBI Special Agent Jerry Cotton. Between 1965 and 1971 seven Kommissar X films were made with Tony Kendall as the laid back swinging New York City private eye Joe Walker balanced against the serious muscular New York City Police Captain Tom Rowland played by Brad Harris.

With the international success of the films of Ian Fleming’s James Bond and the German Jerry Cotton (played by George Nader) series, seven Kommissar X films were made. These films were not only released internationally but became a staple of American television movies in the mid-1960s when American stations sought colour films to show.

1965: Kommissar X – Jagd auf Unbekannt – Hunt for the Unknown | Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill
1966: Kommissar X – In den Klauen des goldenen Drachen – Operation Far East
1967: Kommissar X – Drei gelbe Katzen – Three Yellow Cats
1967: Kommissar X – Drei grüne Hunde – Death Trip
1968: Kommissar X – Drei blaue Panther (de) – Three Blue Panthers
1969: Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen – Three Golden Serpents
1971: Kommissar X – jagt die roten Tiger – FBI: Operation Pakistan


KOMMISSAR X – FBI: OPERATION PAKISTAN (1971) FULL MOVIE



Music: Francesco De Masi
Cinematography: Francesco Izzarelli
Edited by: Antonietta Zita
Production Design: Niko Matul (uncredited)
Costume Design: Abida Shaezad
Production companies:

  • Divina-Film
  • Montana Films
  • Regina-Film
  • Virginia Cinematografica

Running time: 89 minutes

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Kommissar X – Three Golden Serpents (1969)


KOMMISSSAR X – THREE GOLDEN SERPENTS (1969)


Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen (original title)

 

Island of Lost Girls (USA)
I tre serpenti d’ori (Italy)
Commissaire X et les trois serpents d’or (France)

1969 Italy | West Germany | Thailand | USA
Direction: Roberto Mauri
Actors: Tony Kendall, Brad Harris, Monica Pardo

Madame Kim Soo is a respected benefactor to social causes in Thailand, but she enjoys viewing Muay-Thai matches with a handsome male escort. Jo Walker and his friend Tom Rowland notice her at ring side, because of her haughty demeanor and beauty. Later, as they search for an American girl who disappeared, possibly another victim of a prostitution-ring, they will visit her at her entertainment club for rich patrons only. The club, situated in a secretive “island of 1,000 lotus flowers”, offers foreign sex tourists all kinds of pleasure they may wish for. To the peril of his life, Joe Walker goes alone to meet Kim Soo, after identifying her as the leader of an army of thugs with a tattoo with three snakes. Will Captain Tom Rowland and the Thai paratroopers arrive in time to save Joe Walker from death in the island of lost girls?

“Kommissar X” is a private detective named Joe Louis Walker (from a series of German crime fiction books) who was a counterpart of the German crime fiction FBI Special Agent Jerry Cotton. Between 1965 and 1971 seven Kommissar X films were made with Tony Kendall as the laid back swinging New York City private eye Joe Walker balanced against the serious muscular New York City Police Captain Tom Rowland played by Brad Harris.

With the international success of the films of Ian Fleming’s James Bond and the German Jerry Cotton (played by George Nader) series, seven Kommissar X films were made. These films were not only released internationally but became a staple of American television movies in the mid-1960s when American stations sought colour films to show.

1965: Kommissar X – Jagd auf Unbekannt – Hunt for the Unknown | Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill
1966: Kommissar X – In den Klauen des goldenen Drachen – Operation Far East
1967: Kommissar X – Drei gelbe Katzen – Three Yellow Cats
1967: Kommissar X – Drei grüne Hunde – Death Trip
1968: Kommissar X – Drei blaue Panther (de) – Three Blue Panthers
1969: Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen – Three Golden Serpents
1971: Kommissar X – jagt die roten Tiger – FBI: Operation Pakistan


KOMMISSSAR X – THREE GOLDEN SERPENTS (1969) FULL MOVIE PART 1



KOMMISSSAR X – THREE GOLDEN SERPENTS (1969) FULL MOVIE PART 2



Music: Roberto Pregadio, Francesco De Masi (uncredited)
Cinematography: Francesco Izzarelli
Edited by: Sandro Lena
Production Design: Niko Matul (uncredited)
Art Direction: Nino Borghi
Production companies:

  • Parnass Film
  • G.I.A. Cinematografica
  • Thai Tri Mitr Films (in cooperation with)
  • Peer Oppenheimer Production Inc. (in cooperation with)

Running time: 88 minutes

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Kommissar X – Three Blue Panthers (1968)


KOMMISSSAR X – THREE BLUE PANTHERS (1968)


Kommissar X – Drei blaue Panther (original title)

 

Kill Panther Kill (USA)
Tres panteras azules (Spain)
Commissaire X – Trois panthères bleues (France)

1968 Italy | West Germany | Canada
Direction: Gianfranco Parolini (as Frank Kramer)
Actors: Tony Kendall, Brad Harris, Corny Collins

Two rivals are out to recover a cache of stolen jewels. The thief who originally stole them has just gotten out of prison, however, and he is looking for his twin brother, who knows where the jewels are hidden. Complications ensue.

“Kommissar X” is a private detective named Joe Louis Walker (from a series of German crime fiction books) who was a counterpart of the German crime fiction FBI Special Agent Jerry Cotton. Between 1965 and 1971 seven Kommissar X films were made with Tony Kendall as the laid back swinging New York City private eye Joe Walker balanced against the serious muscular New York City Police Captain Tom Rowland played by Brad Harris.

With the international success of the films of Ian Fleming’s James Bond and the German Jerry Cotton (played by George Nader) series, seven Kommissar X films were made. These films were not only released internationally but became a staple of American television movies in the mid-1960s when American stations sought colour films to show.

1965: Kommissar X – Jagd auf Unbekannt – Hunt for the Unknown | Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill
1966: Kommissar X – In den Klauen des goldenen Drachen – Operation Far East
1967: Kommissar X – Drei gelbe Katzen – Three Yellow Cats
1967: Kommissar X – Drei grüne Hunde – Death Trip
1968: Kommissar X – Drei blaue Panther (de) – Three Blue Panthers
1969: Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen – Three Golden Serpents
1971: Kommissar X – jagt die roten Tiger – FBI: Operation Pakistan


KOMMISSSAR X – THREE BLUE PANTHERS (1968) FULL MOVIE PART 1



KOMMISSSAR X – THREE BLUE PANTHERS (1968) FULL MOVIE PART 2



Music: Marcello Giombini
Cinematography: Francesco Izzarelli, Rolf Kästel
Edited by: Edmond Lozzi
Production Design: Niko Matul
Production companies:

  • Parnass Film
  • Produzioni Europee Associate (PEA)
  • I.P.S.
  • Bosna Film (uncredited)

Running time: 89 minutes

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Kommissar X – Three Yellow Cats (1967)


KOMMISSAR X – THREE YELLOW CATS (1967)


Kommissar X – Drei gelbe Katzen (original title)

 

Death Is Nimble, Death Is Quick (USA)
Kárate en Ceilán (Spain)
Chasse à l’homme à Ceylan (France)

1966 Austria | Italy | France
Direction: Rudolf Zehetgruber, Gianfranco Parolini (uncredited)
Actors: Tony Kendall, Brad Harris, Ann Smyrner

Tom Rowland from the New York Police Department is sent to Colombo to investigate the murder of a US embassy official killed protecting the daughter of a wealthy expatriate American landowner. At the same time New York Private Investigator Joe Walker has been hired by the landowner’s daughter to protect her father from being extorted for one million dollars. Through the Ceylon Police they discover a terrorist organisation known as the Three Golden Cats are responsible for both activities and a string of murders with the victims killed by karate blows or by biological chemicals.

“Kommissar X” is a private detective named Joe Louis Walker (from a series of German crime fiction books) who was a counterpart of the German crime fiction FBI Special Agent Jerry Cotton. Between 1965 and 1971 seven Kommissar X films were made with Tony Kendall as the laid back swinging New York City private eye Joe Walker balanced against the serious muscular New York City Police Captain Tom Rowland played by Brad Harris.

With the international success of the films of Ian Fleming’s James Bond and the German Jerry Cotton (played by George Nader) series, seven Kommissar X films were made. These films were not only released internationally but became a staple of American television movies in the mid-1960s when American stations sought colour films to show.

1965: Kommissar X – Jagd auf Unbekannt – Hunt for the Unknown | Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill
1966: Kommissar X – In den Klauen des goldenen Drachen – Operation Far East
1967: Kommissar X – Drei gelbe Katzen – Three Yellow Cats
1967: Kommissar X – Drei grüne Hunde – Death Trip
1968: Kommissar X – Drei blaue Panther (de) – Three Blue Panthers
1969: Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen – Three Golden Serpents
1971: Kommissar X – jagt die roten Tiger – FBI: Operation Pakistan


KOMMISSAR X – THREE YELLOW CATS (1967)



Music: Gino Marinuzzi Jr.
Cinematography: Klaus von Rautenfeld
Edited by: René Le Hénaff, Edmond Lozzi
Production Design: Niko Matul, Miodrag Nikolic
Production Design: Niko Matul
Costume Design: Blanda Stefani
Production companies:

  • Parnass Film
  • Danny Films S.r.l.
  • Danubia Films
  • Jacques Willemetz
  • Filmédis
  • Ceylon Tours (in collaboration with)

Running time: 95 minutes

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Kommissar X – Operation Far East (1966)


KOMMISSAR X – OPERATION FAR EAST (1966)


Kommissar X – In den Klauen des goldenen Drachen (original title)

 

Agent Joe Walker: Operation Far East (USA)
So Darling, So Deadly (USA)
Las garras del dragón rojo (Spain)
Commissaire X dans les griffes du dragon d’or (France)

1966 Austria | Italy | Yugoslavia | Singapore
Direction: Gianfranco Parolini (as Frank Kramer)
Actors: Tony Kendall, Brad Harris, Barbara Frey

Professor Akron is an inventor based in Singapore who creates the Eradicon; a jewel like filter for a laser weapon that dramatically improves its power and range as well as the ability to stop engines over long distances. Akron is given three days to accept a “blank cheque” from a criminal mastermind known as the Golden Dragon, but he contacts Interpol who arrange to send New York private detective Joe Walker and New York Police Captain Tom Rowland to Singapore to protect the professor, his attractive daughter and the Eradicon.

“Kommissar X” is a private detective named Joe Louis Walker (from a series of German crime fiction books) who was a counterpart of the German crime fiction FBI Special Agent Jerry Cotton. Between 1965 and 1971 seven Kommissar X films were made with Tony Kendall as the laid back swinging New York City private eye Joe Walker balanced against the serious muscular New York City Police Captain Tom Rowland played by Brad Harris.

With the international success of the films of Ian Fleming’s James Bond and the German Jerry Cotton (played by George Nader) series, seven Kommissar X films were made. These films were not only released internationally but became a staple of American television movies in the mid-1960s when American stations sought colour films to show.

1965: Kommissar X – Jagd auf Unbekannt – Hunt for the Unknown | Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill
1966: Kommissar X – In den Klauen des goldenen Drachen – Operation Far East
1967: Kommissar X – Drei gelbe Katzen – Three Yellow Cats
1967: Kommissar X – Drei grüne Hunde – Death Trip
1968: Kommissar X – Drei blaue Panther (de) – Three Blue Panthers
1969: Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen – Three Golden Serpents
1971: Kommissar X – jagt die roten Tiger – FBI: Operation Pakistan


KOMMISSAR X – OPERATION FAR EAST (1966) FULL MOVIE



Music: Mladen Gutesa (as Bobby Gutesha)
Cinematography: Francesco Izzarelli
Edited by: Edmond Lozzi
Production Design: Niko Matul, Miodrag Nikolic
Art Direction: Miodrag Miric, Milan Todorovic
Costume Design: Jelisaveta Gobecki
Production companies:

  • Parnass Film
  • Cinesecolo
  • Avala Film
  • Cathay

Running time: 92 minutes

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Kommissar X – Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill (1966)


KOMMISSAR X – KISS KISS, KILL KILL (1965)


Kommissar X – Jagd auf Unbekannt (original title)

 

Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill (UK)
Kiss Kiss… Kill Kill (USA TV title)
Comisario X (Spain)
Le commissaire X traque les chiens verts (France)

1965 West Germany | Italy | Yugoslavia
Direction: Gianfranco Parolini (as Frank Kramer)
Actors: Tony Kendall, Brad Harris, Maria Perschy

Two American crimefighters from New York City find themselves in Yugoslavia. Private Eye Jo Walker is on the trail of a missing nuclear scientist whilst NYPD Captain Tom Rowland is training a local police force. Their paths cross on a path of pretty girls and frequent murders leading to an evil mastermind named Oberon. Oberon has murdered his business partners and has amassed a collection of radioactive gold bullion on an island in the Adriatic guarded by a private army of hypnotised women.

“Kommissar X” is a private detective named Joe Louis Walker (from a series of German crime fiction books) who was a counterpart of the German crime fiction FBI Special Agent Jerry Cotton. Between 1965 and 1971 seven Kommissar X films were made with Tony Kendall as the laid back swinging New York City private eye Joe Walker balanced against the serious muscular New York City Police Captain Tom Rowland played by Brad Harris.

With the international success of the films of Ian Fleming’s James Bond and the German Jerry Cotton (played by George Nader) series, seven Kommissar X films were made. These films were not only released internationally but became a staple of American television movies in the mid-1960s when American stations sought colour films to show.

1965: Kommissar X – Jagd auf Unbekannt – Hunt for the Unknown | Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill
1966: Kommissar X – In den Klauen des goldenen Drachen – Operation Far East
1967: Kommissar X – Drei gelbe Katzen – Three Yellow Cats
1967: Kommissar X – Drei grüne Hunde – Death Trip
1968: Kommissar X – Drei blaue Panther (de) – Three Blue Panthers
1969: Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen – Three Golden Serpents
1971: Kommissar X – jagt die roten Tiger – FBI: Operation Pakistan


KOMMISSAR X – KISS KISS, KILL KILL (1966)



Music: Mladen Gutesa (as Bobby Gutesha)
Cinematography: Francesco Izzarelli
Edited by: Edmond Lozzi
Production Design: Niko Matul
Costume Design: Jelisaveta Gobecki (as Betty Gobec), Else Heckmann
Production companies:

  • Parnass
  • Metheus Film
  • Avala Film

Running time: 92 minutes

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Kommissar X – Death Trip (1967)


KOMMISSAR X – DEATH TRIP (1967)


Kommissar X – Drei grüne Hunde (original title)

Death Trip (UK dubbed title) (USA DVD title)
Kill Me Gently (USA dubbed version)
Soft Kill (USA bootleg title)
Comisario X y los tres perros verdes (Spain)
Commissaire X: Halte au L.S.D. (France)

1967 West Germany | Italy | France | Lebanon | Hungary
Direction: Rudolf Zehetgruber, Gianfranco Parolini
Actors: Tony Kendall, Brad Harris, Olga Schoberová

New York Police Department Captain Rowland travels to Istanbul to bring a shipment of LSD to be used by the American armed forces stationed in Turkey for undisclosed purposes. When the shipment is stolen by a local and ancient criminal organisation known as “the Green Hounds”, Rowland teams up with private eye Joe Walker to recover the shipment.

“Kommissar X” is a private detective named Joe Louis Walker (from a series of German crime fiction books) who was a counterpart of the German crime fiction FBI Special Agent Jerry Cotton. Between 1965 and 1971 seven Kommissar X films were made with Tony Kendall as the laid back swinging New York City private eye Joe Walker balanced against the serious muscular New York City Police Captain Tom Rowland played by Brad Harris.

With the international success of the films of Ian Fleming’s James Bond and the German Jerry Cotton (played by George Nader) series, seven Kommissar X films were made. These films were not only released internationally but became a staple of American television movies in the mid-1960s when American stations sought colour films to show.

1965: Kommissar X – Jagd auf Unbekannt – Hunt for the Unknown | Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill
1966: Kommissar X – In den Klauen des goldenen Drachen – Operation Far East
1967: Kommissar X – Drei gelbe Katzen – Three Yellow Cats
1967: Kommissar X – Drei grüne Hunde – Death Trip
1968: Kommissar X – Drei blaue Panther (de) – Three Blue Panthers
1969: Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen – Three Golden Serpents
1971: Kommissar X – jagt die roten Tiger – FBI: Operation Pakistan


KOMMISSAR X – DEATH TRIP (1967) FULL MOVIE



Music: Francesco De Masi
Cinematography: Angelo Lotti
Edited by: Edmond Lozzi
Art Direction: Daniel Gilbert, Niko Matul
Production companies:

  • Parnass Film
  • Cinesecolo
  • Comptoir Français du Film Production (CFFP)
  • Kassar Film (in collaboration with)
  • Hungarofilm (in collaboration with)
  • Film Ventures International (FVI) (uncredited)
  • Park Lane Films (uncredited)

Running time: 93 minutes

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