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Agent 505: Death Trap Beirut (1966)
"Agent 505 - Todesfalle Beirut" (original title)

 -  Action | Crime | Drama  -  13 July 1966 (France)
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Cast overview:
Frederick Stafford ...
Richard Blake / Agent 505
Geneviève Cluny ...
Denise Letienne
Chris Howland ...
Bobby O'Toole
Harald Leipnitz ...
Fred Kohler
Gisella Arden ...
Monique Ferrara
Willy Birgel ...
Pierre Richard ...
Inspector Bertrand
Renate Ewert ...
F.B.I. Agent
Renato Lupi ...
Anthony Leandros
Carla Calò ...
the Boss (as Maria Calo)
Danny Taborra ...
Police Director (as Danny Tabara)
Patrick Bernhard ...
Thug (as Patrick Bernard)
Mouna Saad ...
Mona
René Wolf
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A few standout moments in a generally unremarkable film
31 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

Frederick Stafford's main contribution to the spy genre is his leading role in Alfred Hitchcock's "Topaz". A few years earlier, he played the French James Bond, OSS 117, twice. In between those two films, he also made the more obscure "Agent 505 - The Trap Door Falls In Beirut" - so is this film a buried treasure? Not quite. It's rather unremarkable on the whole. But there are some moments that stand out: the customary nightclub number does not involve singing or dancing, but a blindfolded woman shooting light bulbs! A man hangs from the bottom of a flying helicopter - almost 30 years before Jackie Chan did something similar in "Police Story III". And the villain's demise is pretty bloody. Stafford is a capable lead and Geneviève Cluny is cute. But the film is still only average. ** out of 4.


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