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Le judoka, agent secret (1966)



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Cast overview:
Jean-Claude Bercq ...
Marc Saint-Clair, dit le Judoka
Perrette Pradier ...
Dominique Berg
Patricia Viterbo ...
Catherine Demange
Thomas Perkins (as Michel Lonsdale)
Henri Garcin ...
Jacques Mercier
Mick Besson ...
Oscar Meyer, l'ingénieur du son
Fernand Berset ...
Commissaire Chaumont
Yves Brainville ...
Paul Vincent, le boss à l'oeil de verre
David Tonelli


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Release Date:

24 July 1967 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Carnet per un morto  »

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Some Actions speak for themselves!
3 November 2005 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

This movie is proof positive that actions can be beautiful when they are coordinated just right. Set against a backdrop of intrigue, this film is your typical 70's type spy film, complete with secret agents wielding knives ready to permanently silence their enemies with a quick thrust. The only thing that stops them: our gorgeous hero, a government agent and master judoka who manages to toss, chop and choke his adversaries into submission.

The eroticism in this film is pretty significant whether you are straight or gay, man or woman. If the images of two bucks in the opening sequence struggling to hold, choke, armlock and throw one another doesn't get your heart pounding, then the very amusing display of judo used to dispatch a few of the baddies may make you question exactly why you didn't don a judogi yourself.

Fun, fiery, and very impressive!

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