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Oh! Those Most Secret Agents (1964)

002 agenti segretissimi (original title)
Franco and Ciccio are two simple-minded Italian guys whom are mistaken by KGB spies by government agents from their government and other foreign governments.

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Franco Franchi ...
Franco
Ciccio Ingrassia ...
Ciccio
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Wife
Carla Calò ...
Russian agent
Poldo Bendandi ...
Russian Chieftain
Luca Sportelli ...
Fred
Nino Terzo ...
Russian agent
Aroldo Tieri ...
Husband
Enzo Andronico ...
Russian agent
Nando Angelini ...
USA agent
Marilù Asaro
Pietro Ceccarelli ...
Chinese torturer (as Puccio Ceccarelli)
Anna Maria Checchi
Ralf Colangelo
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Franco and Ciccio are two simple-minded Italian guys whom are mistaken by KGB spies by government agents from their government and other foreign governments.

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You've met BOND and FLINT and the other great spies; But you've never seen anyone like these screwball guys!

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2 July 1965 (USA)  »

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Some laughs, but pretty tiresome on the whole
11 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

I suppose since no one else has commented on "002: Agenti Segretissimi" on IMDb I should write a brief plot summary for it, but this movie barely has a plot: American, Russian and Chinese secret agents are chasing Franco and Ciccio around the French Riviera because they are in possession, unbeknownst to them, of a valuable formula (in other words, a McGuffin). It's really just a series of loosely connected vignettes and skits - and director Lucio Fulci, still young and inexperienced, lingers too long on each one of them. There are some laughs, even out-loud laughs (one routine is taken directly out of Abbott and Costello), and the production values are good, but the movie lacks pace. ** out of 4.


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