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Operation White Shark (1966)

A.D.3 operazione squalo bianco (original title)
Swingin' secret agent A.D. 3 battles a groovy crime organization featuring sexy Janine Reynaud and an army of women in black tights.

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(as Stanley Lewis)

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Rod Dana ...
Pat Rosario, Agente AD3 (as Rodd Dana)
Franca Polesello ...
Clara Polesello / Terry
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Frida Braun / Tattoo Club Singer (as Jeanine Reynaud)
Francesco Mulé
Alan Banthe
Lucia Modugno ...
AD3's Partner
Nino Vingelli
Giuliano Raffaelli ...
(as Julian Rafferty)
Louis Moore
Robert Kurt
Nando Angelini ...
(as Fernand Angels)
Fred Tyler
Gianni Manera
Aldo Sala
Tullio Altamura
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Swingin' secret agent A.D. 3 battles a groovy crime organization featuring sexy Janine Reynaud and an army of women in black tights.

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15 December 1966 (France)  »

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Referenced in I Spy: Bridge of Spies (1966) See more »

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Third-rate and unintentionally hilarious
4 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

Welcome to the low rent district. While Operation White Shark is colorful in places, it is clear that the filmmakers were working with a budget embarrassingly low even for Eurospy knockoffs. We're in for some third-rate spy action!

It's the old kidnapped scientist routine for this adventure but it will take an extraordinary man to accomplish the mission since the qualifications are described thusly: `We must find a man with perfect knowledge of Italian, French and a complete understanding of nuclear science, and the man must also be an expert sailor.' No problem.

There's no true villain in the film, only a vague criminal organization known as `The Third Eye,' but one of the rival gangs is headed by sexy Janine Reynaud. We're introduced to her character, Freda, in a club as she belts out a cool (and heavily over-dubbed) rock song with a snazzy rock combo behind her.

This is one of those movies that has much unintentional humor in the dialog and situations. It will keep you rolling. Also, Robbie Poitevin provides an entertaining score that far outshines anything on the screen.


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