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Secret Agent Fireball (1965)

Le spie uccidono a Beirut (original title)
An American CIA agent must find the whereabouts of valuable microfilm that was smuggled over by two Russian scientists who had been hoping to defect.

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(as Martin Donan)

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(story) (as Julian Berry), (screenplay) (as Julian Berry)
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Liz Grune
Wandisa Guida ...
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Yuri (as Alan Collins)
Aldo Cecconi ...
Ivan (as Jim Clay)
Carla Calò ...
Jane Cartland (as Caroll Brown)
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Ali, the Sailor (as Franklyn Fred)
Clément Harari ...
Geoffrey Home
Jean Ozenne ...
Fleming's Boss
Audry Fisher ...
Heidi (as Audrie Fisher)
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Lepetit, Beyrut Taxi Driver
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Adolf Grune
Goffredo Unger ...
Baalbek Tribe Leader (as Freddy Unger)
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An American CIA agent must find the whereabouts of valuable microfilm that was smuggled over by two Russian scientists who had been hoping to defect.

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This Man Has No Name....Not Even a Number....but in his inside pocket rests the fate of the world! See more »


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12 January 1966 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Debut as a director for writer-producer Luciano Martino. Martino directed only seven films. See more »

Quotes

Bob Fleming: [grabs a cigar out of Ivan's pocket] Thanks! The world keeps getting smaller and smaller. We seem to meeting a lot lately. We visit the same cities, the same hotels, the same night clubs. And now we're taking the same plane to Paris. It's mighty friendly.
Ivan: One of these days it seems likely you'll get the top blown off your head.
Bob Fleming: Perhaps it'll be your head instead of mine.
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Edited into Operation: Secret Agents, Spies & Thighs (2007) See more »

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One of the best "Euro" spy movies
14 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Even if I didn't like ' 60s (and some later) spy movies, I would still hate that "Bond rip-off" label that they almost all get (at least, the "escapist" ones). Even fans of them always seem to be saying that. Sure, they owe a lot to the Bond movies, but they aren't copies. Having said that, this one maybe owes more than most, but in a good way. Of course, Richard Harrison always seemed to fit very well into these Italian adventure films of all kinds. And Dominique Boschero was very good as the "damsel in distress". And especially, Wandisa Guida was very good as the "villainess", as was the actor (I can never think of his name) who played her partner - though when they're together, I can't help thinking of a serious version of Boris and Natasha (he even has the same coat and hat!). But this had one down side. That actress and character seemed just right as an all-out "villainess", the kind who actually seduces the hero, like "Fiona" in Thunderball (a movie that this one seems to be inspired by more than a little). There was even a scene that seemed to set up that idea, but it didn't go anywhere else with it (as opposed to the big showdown between him and her & her partners). I have a real prejudice for adventure stories with "femme fatale" characters, but even considering that, this one seemed to really miss an opportunity when it came to that one thing. This brings up a question that someone might be able to help me with (though it's kind of a general one). Since European films are supposed to have been very free with bedroom scenes and things like that, earlier than American ones (though I'm sure that's a generalization), and since these movies are SUPPOSEDLY Bond rip-offs, I've always wondered why most of them are only SLIGHTLY titillating in that way, or not at all. In other words (rip-off or not), why aren't they full of "Bond girls" in the thorough-going sense?


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