British agent Bulldog Drummond is assigned to stop a master criminal who uses beautiful women to do his killings.
Did You Know?
The title 'Deadlier Than the Male' is a literary reference to a 1911 poem by Rudyard Kipling
'The Female of the Species' which reads: "The female of the species must be deadlier than the male". The title also references Herman C. McNeile
(aka Sapper)'s earlier 'Bulldog Drummond' novel, 'The Female of the Species' which was filmed as Bulldog Drummond Comes Back
(1937). See more
, playing Irma, jumps out of a plane with parachute. Her hands and feet
are bare. But in the following free-fall she has white gloves and white shoes on, obviously her stunt double. See more
Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond
Catch your girlfriend, Robert. I think she's gonna faint.
Deadlier Than the Male
By John Franz
and Scott Walker
(as Scott Engel)
Sung by The Walker Brothers See more