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Spy in Your Eye (1965)
"Berlino - Appuntamento per le spie" (original title)

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Bert Morris
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Paula Krauss
Gastone Moschin ...
Boris
Tania Béryl ...
Madeleine
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George Wang ...
Ming
Alessandro Sperli ...
Karalis
Marco Guglielmi ...
Kurt
Renato Baldini ...
Belkeir
Mario Valdemarin ...
Willie
Luciana Angiolillo ...
Miss Hopkins
Luciano Pigozzi ...
Leonida
Tino Bianchi ...
Dott. Van Dongen
Massimo Righi ...
Lavies
Franco Beltramme ...
Serghey
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james bond spoof | spy | spying

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DANA ANDREWS as Secret Agent Z.3 who has to try harder 'cause he's not No.1... But a Blend is better than a Bond - when he has sexier gals... groovier gimmicks and much more gall!


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January 1966 (USA)  »

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Berlin, Appointment for Spies  »

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'Spy in your Eye' refers to 'bionic' plot device
25 November 2004 | by (Woodstock, Il) – See all my reviews

Saw film at a double-feature second run house in the '60s. The spy-in-your-eye alternate title refers to an implanted micro television camera in a spy's eye. I can't remember if it was Dana Andrews. There's a tunnel under the Berlin Wall for the west to spy on the east that figures in the plot. Of course, the tunnel is discovered. There's a gimmick character who's hunchback deformity conceals a radio transmitter. Never understood why, if they could get the camera that small, why not the radio? I remember it fondly, but then I was 12 years old. Representative of '60's spy cycle, but at least they referenced real cold war players instead of made-up spy organizations. Don't know if its available.


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