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This movie is pure fun. The English dub is great. Eddie Constantine is a joy to watch on screen. The plot is interesting; mad scientist, using robots, and messing with blood types, you know standard spy stuff. But the movie's charm lies in Constantine as Al, as well as the various characters he encounters along the way. More enjoyable than it's sequel "Residence for Spies"/"Boarding School for Spies" - I really wish he had reprised this role for more movies.
Unlike later Franco, there is nothing objectionable here, PG by today's standards. Suitable for kids.
Interesting side note - it was actually filmed in color; although only B/W prints have surfaced on home media.
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