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The Silencers (1966) Poster

(1966)

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This is the only film in the series to take place entirely within the United States.
The name "Tung-Tze" means "to rule" in Chinese.
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Although one of the greatest female dancers in the history of the movie musical, Cyd Charisse singing in films was almost always dubbed. A young Vikki Carr performed her singing in The Silencers (1966).
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In the scene where Matt Helm (Dean Martin) is checking into the Phoenix Hotel and Andreyev (Roger C. Carmel) is lurking in the foreground, the hotel newsstand is immediately behind him. The newsstand shelf is lined with books from Donald Hamilton's Matt Helm series, on which the movie is based.
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The letters in the name of the BIG O criminal organization is an acronym. The organization's full name is the Bureau for International Government and Order.
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ICE is an acronym for Intelligence and Counter Espionage.
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The gorgeous statuesque blond stripper in the opening title sequence is dancer Larri Thomas who would later portray Henrietta Hippo on TV's New Zoo Revue in the early 1970s.
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