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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: You think you can't get hurt, Doctor, because this is America? Apple pie and all that jazz? Well, it's my job to keep the pie on the table, and nobody asks me how I do it!
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Featured in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Agent for H.A.R.M. (1997) See more »

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not a total loss...at least there was some cleavage
8 February 2001 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

As with many cinematic stinkers, I never would have encountered this one if it hadn't been for MST3K. Perhaps in editing the movie for the show the producers had to cut out the part of the flick that explained what H.A.R.M. stood for, if such an explanation was ever given at all.

One could tell this was going to blow chunks from the tone set by the opening scene, with the elderly dude and his assistant fleeing through a culvert, being chased by a lone Soviet soldier armed with an American battle rifle (seeing as how the credits so kindly thanked Colt Firearms for the weapons used in the film, I guess I'll have to overlook that faux pas, seeing as how the mini pistol carried by the 'Agent for H.A.R.M. was so non-descript as to leave me guessing who might have manufactured it).

The rest of the movie was quite unintentionally funny, from the drunk sounding spymaster to the evil henchman who resembled Prince, to the much maligned cardigan worn by our hero Adam Chance. Although at his age, bones chill more easily, so I can understand his choice of such a sensible garment, although he could have picked a better color than that gawdawful yellow. The one shining spot in this whole mess was Eva, who, despite being a dirty commie spy, was pretty hot. I sure miss the Cold War, don't you?


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