Our Man Flint (1966) - Plot Summary Poster



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  • The world's weather seems to have changed dramatically with violent storms everywhere and long dormant volcanoes suddenly erupting. No one is sure what is happening or why but when American intelligence chief Cramden loses yet another team of agents, there appears to be only one man who can do the job: Derek Flint, former super spy, incredibly rich and the ultimate ladies man. Despite Cramden's concerns, Flint is on the job and soon discovers that the Earth's weather is under the control of a secret organization known as GALAXY whose scientists are looking to pacify the world and devote humankind to scientific pursuits.

  • When the intelligence agencies of the world find that their agents are being murdered at an alarming rate their leaders all write out the qualities an agent will need to succede against the terrible crisis they are facing. Derick Flint is the only agent with all the qualities, but his old boss refuses to work with him until ordered to by the president. Flint is the worlds greatest secret agent, worlds greatest lover, an expert on electronics and Dolphin speech and goes to Moscow for Ballet (To Teach!) When attempts on his life are made, Flint begins to search out the mad scientists who want to remake the world after taking over with the aid of their earthquake machine.

  • When scientists use eco-terrorism to impose their will on the world by affecting extremes in the weather, Intelligence Chief Cramden calls in top agent Derek Flint.


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  • Ecological catastrophes are happening in the world. Flooding, hurricaines, volcanic actives, etc. No one knows why or how. Someone must be found who can tell the experts why all this is happening and how to stop it, the leaders of the world go to their computers to find that person each one has comes up with one man named: Derek Flint. The head honcho Mr. Cramden, who was Flint's commander in the military, dismisses him as the one person who can do this task.

    The President, who is listening in on a bug, calls on the red phone and orders Cramden to "Get Flint" against Cramdens personal wishes.

    Cramden sends various people to bring Flint in, but they are rebuffed in the act by Flint, who wants nothing to do with things, so Cramden pays Flint a personal visit at his apartment where Flint is serviced by several women who shave him and see to his needs whispering into his ear to which Flint replies: "Later."

    Flint, who teaches Ballet in Russia and takes on several Black Belts and wins, eventually concedes and seeks out Cramden who briefs him on the problem and offers him a briefcase that has multiple functions only Flint counters with his cigarette lighters that does even more functions.

    Flint sets out to find out who, what, where and when and runs into Gila, the bad girl, who eventually arranges for Flint's women to be captured as well as Flint, himself.

    Once on the isolated Island that houses the bad guys Flint looks around but is given away by an un-American Eagle who is trained to find Americans, which Flint terms as "diabolical."

    Flint eventually faces the evil doers, who are scientists who have names that don't match their ethnicities. He refused to go along with them and Gila, who has taken to Flint, is sent to become a Pleasure Unit (because she is a traitor) but she quickly gives Flint back his multi-purpose Cigarette lighter so he can overcome (the evil guys).

    Flint then goes on a rampage and releases Gila from conditioning, along with his bounty of girl servants who have also been conditioned to serve.

    Flint destroys the complex and makes a high jump off a cliff into the water that, according to Mr. Cramden, has to be a world record and saves the day and gets the gorgeous girl, Gila (play by Israeli Actress Gila Golan).

    Bang, bang, boom, boom, the world is saved by Flint!

    Outstanding musical score by Jerry Goldsmith!

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