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Secret Agent 777 : Ticket To Die (1966)


SECRET AGENT 777: TICKET TO DIE (1966)


Agente segreto 777 – Invito ad uccidere (original title)

1966 Italy
Direction: Enrico Bomba (as Henry Bay)
Actors: Tiziano Cortini, Hélène Chanel, Claudie Lange

A top secret organization is after Lewis Jordan when he comes into control of a dangerous formula that could lead to nuclear disaster. The plot includes several science fiction and horror elements.

Filming Locations: Bruno Ceria Studios, Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

Follows Secret Agent 777 (1965)


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Music: Marcello De Martino
Cinematography: Enrico Betti Berutto, Vitaliano Natalucci
Edited by: Enzo Alabiso
Production Design: Luciano De Nardi
Production companies: Protor Film S.r.l.
Running time: 90 minutes

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Somebody’s Stolen Our Russian Spy (1968)


SOMEBODY’S STOLEN OUR RUSSIAN SPY (1968)


O.K. Yevtushenko (original title)

1965 Italy | France | Spain
Direction: José Luis Madrid
Actors: Tom Adams, Tim Barrett, Barta Barri

Agent Charles Vine finds himself on the trail of a missing Russian spy and soon finds himself involved in a bonkers plot involving Albanians and the Chinese.

Shot in Spain instead of the usual UK location. Never saw a theatrical release as it languished in a film laboratory until 1976 until finally shown on TV.

Follows Licensed To Kill (1965)
Follows Where the Bullets Fly (1966)


SOMEBODY’S STOLEN OUR RUSSIAN SPY (1968) PREVIEW SCENE



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Music: Bruno Nicolai, Giovanni Simonelli (as Simonelli)
Cinematography: Federico G. Larraya, Alejandro Ulloa
Edited by: Otello Colangeli
Art Direction: Nedo Azzini
Set Decoration: Ramiro Gómez
Costume Design: Federico Forquet, Gaia Romanini
Production companies: Sincronía, Fida Cinematografica, Les Productions Jacques Roitfeld
Running time: 99 minutes (Italy) 101 minutes (Spain)

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Where the Bullets Fly (1966)


WHERE THE BULLETS FLY (1966)


Cuando las balas vuelan (Spain)

1966 UK
Direction: John Gilling
Actors: Tom Adams, Dawn Addams, Tim Barrett

The film begins with a pre-credit sequence in which a group of unnamed terrorists have parked a vehicle containing a guided missile pointed straight at the Palace of Westminster whilst politicians are heard on the film’s soundtrack. They are thwarted by a group of older women in a tour group who turn out to be cross-dressing commandos who eliminate the terrorists with sub-machine guns and grenades. They are led by Agent Charles Vine with his second-in-command being Lt. Guy Fawkes who has saved the Parliament of England.

The film proper begins with the Royal Air Force testing a secret light-weight metal called “Spurium” that enables nuclear aircraft to fly. An unnamed sinister organisation led by a man named Angel hijacks the DC-3 aircraft by hypnotising the RAF Regiment guards and flying the plane to another location but they are shot down by the RAF.

Afraid the incident may happen again, Vine is assigned as security to the project. However Angel’s organisation kidnap Vine and replace him with one of their own men named Seraph. Obtaining information before he escapes allows Seraph to steal a sample of Spurium to be sold to the Soviet Union; however the Russians believe he is double-crossing them and kill him.

Vine escapes and reports to the RAF airbase, where he meets his RAF counterpart, Flight Lieutenant Felicity “Fiz” Moonlight. Angel’s men try an all-out assault on the airfield to capture the next nuclear aircraft set to fly. Vine and Angel end up in the nuclear aircraft that takes flight but Vine is rescued by F/L Moonlight.

Second of three films in the Charles Vine Series.

Follows Licensed To Kill (1965)
Followed by O.K. Yevtushenko (1968)


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Music: Kenny Graham
Cinematography: David Holmes
Edited by: David Holmes
Art Direction: George Lack
Costume Design: Jan Wright
Production companies: Alastair Films, Puck Films
Running time: 88 minutes

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The Spy Who Loved Flowers (1966)


THE SPY WHO LOVED FLOWERS (1966)


Le spie amano i fiori (original title)

The Spy Who Loved Flowers (USA)
Hellcats (USA)
El gran dragón, espía invisible (Spain)
Des fleurs pour un espion (France)

1966 Italy | Spain
Direction: Umberto Lenzi
Actors: Roger Browne, Emma Danieli, Daniele Vargas

After retrieving an electronic device that can shut off the power of entire cities, secret agent SuperSeven is assigned to eliminate the only three remaining persons who have knowledge of the device.

Follows SuperSeven Calling Cairo (1965)


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Music: Angelo Francesco Lavagnino, Armando Trovajoli
Cinematography: Augusto Tiezzi
Edited by: Jolanda Benvenuti
Production Desing: Pier Vittorio Marchi
Set Decoration: Franco D’Andria
Costume Design: Walter Patriarca
Production companies: Leda Films Productions S.L. (uncredited), Romana Film
Running time: 93 minutes

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