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Agent for H.A.R.M. (1966)

Approved | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 11 May 1966 (France)
Secret agent tries to stop a scientist who has devised a bacterium that devours the body from within.

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Adam Chance (as Mark Richman)
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Ava Vestok (as Barbara Bouchét)
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Mid-Eastern Contact (as Alizia Gur)
Donna Michelle ...
Marian
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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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Storyline

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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Trivia

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

Goofs

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

Quotes

Malko: A man will believe the lies he wants to believe, comrade.
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Connections

Featured in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Agent for H.A.R.M. (1997) See more »

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Mark Richman - Uh-uh
28 December 1998 | by (Iowa City, IA) – See all my reviews

Sorry, but Mark Richman is no Sean Connery. On his best day he might be a Neal Connery (see Operation Double-007). Here he stumbles through this effort to cash in on the 60's superspy bondwagon. His character seems perplexed by the entire plot...and he's not alone. What the heck is going on is anybody's guess. There's action, and bad guys, and a secret device (a manufactured flesh-eating virus: the movie's prophetic despite itself). But it's like watching a slide show. Nothing connects to anything, nothing flows. At the end you find yourself wondering why you wasted 90 minutes.


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