(1969) George Nader, Heinz Weiss, Heidy Bohlen. An FBI agent is killed by the mob after making off with five million in gold bars in a robbery gone bad. Agent Jerry Cotton is called in to ... See full summary »
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A rich capitalist is blackmailed and threatened with the murder of his daughter. There's a terrific scene where gangsters bust in and kidnap a young woman. One of three excellent Jerry Cotton films we now offer. Color, 35mm.
Mediocre production about secret agents and an international conspiracy
The film concerns about an American agent (George Ardisson) assigned to rescue a scientific (Eduardo Fajardo) abducted in Saint Felipe Island (South America) by a tyrant named Siqueiros (Fernando Sancho) . A Russian agent(Frank Wolff) equally will go to the island to free the scientist . The movie is a co-production Spanish-Italian about secret agents very usual in that time of the 60s . The origin results to be the ¨James Bond¨ series that originated an authentic flood of copies, imitations and rip offs , each time more awful . The picture has action packed, suspense , tension, thriller but with lackluster and little budget . The film is fast movement besides it is developed in various scenarios though specially on the hot island . However the movie is a bit boring and there are situations and images that are ridiculous and embarrassing . In the picture appears habitual actors of co-productions : the great Fernando Sancho, Eduardo Fajardo, both of whom are players of numerous Spaghetti Western . Besides are Sal Borgese, Luis Undini, and Luz Marquez , everybody are customary actors of this kind genres . Motion picture is regularly directed by Sergio Sollima despite of directing some classic Spaghetti Western . Rating: Average but entertaining .
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