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A scientist invents a filter that can increase the power of a laser beam, turning it into a death ray! A dangerous crime organization wants the device and will stop at nothing to get it, while murder and violence follow Joe and Tom to Singapore as they try to foil the evil plans. Written by
I happen to like the Kommissar X series from the '60s and '70s. Tony Kendall does a good job as the relaxed agent Kommissar X with his friend Captain Harris of the New York Police Department. This particular film features a scientist who has had a laser stolen by a villain known as the Golden Claw and his team of mercenaries is headed up by a group pf gun- toting, whip cracking women. While this doesn't have the budget of the Bond films, it certainly has enough charm. Yes it could have probably fit right in with the other spy films on MST3K but then again just basing your review of a film on the MST'd version is kind of missing the point (since those films were edited by MST writers). I got my copy through Sinister Cinema, I don't know where else you'd catch it.
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