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From the Orient with Fury (1965)

Agente 077 dall'oriente con furore (original title)
A scientist who has invented a weapon capable of disintegrating solid matter is kidnapped by a criminal gang, which intends to sell the scientist and his weapon to the highest bidder. A ... See full summary »


(as Terence Hathaway)


(story) (as Arpad De Riso), (screenplay) (as Arpad De Riso) | 6 more credits »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fabienne Dali ...
Philippe Hersent ...
Mikaela ...
Dolores Lopez (as Michaela)
Fernando Sancho ...
Loud Patron in Paris Restaurant
Loris Bazzocchi ...
Sarkis (as Loris Barton)
Ennio Balbo ...
Professor Franz Kurtz
Claudio Ruffini ...
Werner (as Claude Ruffin)
Franco Ressel ...
Goldwyn (as Frank Ressel)
Pasquale Basile ...
Goldwyn's Henchman (as Pat Basil)
Nino Persello ...
Goldwyn's Henchman (as Norman Preston)
Gianni Medici ...
Captain Ali Ben Lokum (as John Hamilton)


A scientist who has invented a weapon capable of disintegrating solid matter is kidnapped by a criminal gang, which intends to sell the scientist and his weapon to the highest bidder. A secret agent and the scientist's daughter set out to track down the kidnappers and rescue the scientist. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Release Date:

24 September 1965 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Agent 077 Fury in the Orient  »

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2.35 : 1
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Italian censorship visa # 45714 delivered on 22-9-1965. See more »


Followed by Missione speciale Lady Chaplin (1966) See more »


Before It's Too Late
Sung by Lydia MacDonald
Lyrics by Lydia MacDonald
Music by Piero Piccioni (as P. Piccioni)
Music publishers General Music
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Not as good as the first in the series, but still entertaining
22 June 2009 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

From the Orient with Fury (or one of the other half dozen names this movie goes by) is Ken Clark's second outing as Dick Malloy, Agent 077. While I didn't enjoy it as much as the first in the series, Mission Bloody Mary, it's still a fun movie and definitely worth checking out if you're a fan of Euro-Spy films. In this one, Malloy is searching for a kidnapped scientist who has developed a beta ray that will instantaneously dissolve all metal. Along the way he runs into a pack of baddies intent on stopping him, Russian spies, and enough beautiful women to make even James Bond envious. I'll be honest - the plot doesn't really matter much. There were times as I was watching From the Orient with Fury when I couldn't remember what Malloy's ultimate mission was. But I still was having fun, so who cares. Ken Clark has an easy going air about him that makes him great to watch. I'm really starting to enjoy his work. He's joined in the cast by one of my new Euro favorites, Margaret Lee, Evi Marandi, and the ever-present Franco Ressel. It seems sometimes that I run into Ressel in just about every Italian movie I watch. Terrific location shots from Paris to Madrid to Istanbul add to the overall feel of the film. If I had to point to one weakness that keeps me from rating From the Orient with Fury as high as its predecessor it would be the repetitive nature of some of the fight scenes. I think Malloy runs into and fights the same four or five henchmen at least a eight or nine times. It does tend to get a bit old. Otherwise, I've got few real complaints. I'll give this one a 6/10 upon my initial viewing.

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