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Kokusai himitsu keisatsu: Kagi no kagi (1965)

Kitami is requested by the intelligence director, Suritai, to steal a large amount of money from the anti-government guerrillas who fund gangs from Gegen. However, once Kitami infiltrates a... See full summary »

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Jiro Kitami
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Bai-Lan
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Miichin
Tadao Nakamaru ...
Gegen
Susumu Kurobe ...
He-Qing Cai
Kumi Mizuno
Sachio Sakai ...
Inagawa
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Numaguchi
Tetsu Nakamura ...
Sritai
Akemi Kita ...
Yoko
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hiroshi Akitsu ...
King's Chamberlain
Shin Ibuki ...
Tonwanian Man
Seiji Ikeda ...
Tonwanian Court
Kôji Iwamoto ...
Tonwanian Man
J. Jones ...
White Girl
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Kitami is requested by the intelligence director, Suritai, to steal a large amount of money from the anti-government guerrillas who fund gangs from Gegen. However, once Kitami infiltrates a Gegen ship in disguise, he discovers there is no cash in the safe, only a cipher on a piece of paper. Written by morroviolet

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23 October 1965 (Japan)  »

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International Secret Police: Key of Keys  »

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Woody Allen used this film to make What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966). He changed the soundtrack to make the plot revolve around a secret egg salad recipe. See more »

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Follows Interpol Code 8 (1963) See more »

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If you are the lover of Austin Powers, you must see this!!!
20 March 2000 | by See all my reviews

Mihashi Tatsuya maked 3 of the Kokusai himitsu keisatsu films but the firsts is best!

When I was in school I saw over and over, and all that year I want to give of the karate chops and "snag" with the girls like as in the movie! I also try to maked the gadgets and almost burn my house!

It is a lot like James Bond but more funny. The movie is so popular that America made another one of it, starring Woodsy Allen!!!


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