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The evil Goldginger is planning to take over the world by brainwashing important leaders from around the world and start a war between the USA and the USSR. Photographers Franco and Ciccio get involved in his plans by accident, and are kidnapped by Goldginger. They are rescued by the English secret service and are then made special agents, so that they can infiltrate into Goldgingers organization and ruin his mad plans. Written by
Agent 007 (George Hilton) is on a mission to capture the villain Goldfinger (Fernando Rey), but 007 is shot just a few minutes after the beginning. Now that the best agent can't continue the job, the two worst agents (Franco and Ciccio, of course) have to do the job, unwillingly.
This is a very early spoof on the Bond series, almost exclusively referring to "Goldfinger", by the two Sicilian comedians Franco and Ciccio. It has its funny moments, for example when the two don't know about the secret functions of 007's car and get into trouble with the traffic police, or when they have to use Goldfinger's brain control to stop a politician from declaring war at the United Nations conference. Yet most of the time it's rather silly, even if I consider that quite a bit might get lost in translation.
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