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Agent for H.A.R.M. (1966)

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Secret agent tries to stop a scientist who has devised a bacterium that devours the body from within.

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Cast

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Adam Chance (as Mark Richman)
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Carl Esmond ...
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Ava Vestok (as Barbara Bouchét)
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Aliza Gur ...
Mid-Eastern Contact (as Alizia Gur)
Donna Michelle ...
Marian
Rafael Campos ...
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Morgue Attendant
Steve Stevens ...
Billy
Marc Snegoff ...
Conrad
Horst Ebersberg ...
Helgar
Chris Anders ...
Schloss
Ray Dannis ...
Henry Manson
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Wimpy secret agent who looks like Dr. Smith from "Lost In Space" helps protect a scientist from a generic Iron Curtain country who has developed a gun that shoots boogers at people from a evil guy who looks like Pee-Wee Herman. Written by Michael Robb <jro240@airmail.net>

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11 May 1966 (France)  »

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H.A.R.M. stands for Human Aetiological Relations Machine. Aetiology is a British variant of etiology which is the branch of medical science concerned with causes and origins of diseases. This full wording is seen at the top of the world map in the very last scene of the movie. See more »

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When Adam yells at Dr. Steffanic if he's all right, the voice that answers back is clearly not Dr. Steffanic's. See more »

Quotes

Adam Chance: This could've been you, and don't you forget it! Better go back to the judo range.
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Featured in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Agent for H.A.R.M. (1997) See more »

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Smug agents, fey villians and spores!
8 January 2000 | by (L.A. CA) – See all my reviews

What can you say about Agent For H.A.R.M.? Well, for starters it has a catchy theme song that pummels you in the opening credits. You have a spy that kind of hangs around the house for the duration of his mission, hitting on a girl who's about a third his age and protecting a scientist from several bad guys. One of them is The Artist Formerly Known As Prince. Anyway, Adam Chance puts on a cardigan, gets his tiny gun and proceeds to take care of these cretins. Along the way we are treated to bad lines, spores and Truman Capote moonlighting as a madman. At the end, Prince is dead and ninety minutes have been wasted watching Adam Chance move about the house in his sensible cardigan.


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