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Spy in Your Eye (1965)

Berlino appuntamento per le spie (Operazione Polifemo) (original title)
Unrated | | Adventure, Drama, Mystery | January 1966 (USA)
A leading American spy has a miniature camera surgically implanted in his eye, unbeknownst to him, and with it photographs secrets for the Russians, helping them gather information about a newly created death ray.

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Bert Morris
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Paula Krauss (as Anna Maria Pierangeli)
Gastone Moschin ...
Boris
Tania Béryl ...
Madeleine
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Col. Lancaster
George Wang ...
Ming
Alessandro Sperli ...
Karalis
Marco Guglielmi ...
Kurt
Renato Baldini ...
Mohamed Belkheir
Mario Valdemarin ...
Willie
Luciana Angiolillo ...
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Leonida
Tino Bianchi ...
Doctor Van Dongen
Massimo Righi ...
Johnny Davis
Franco Beltramme ...
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A leading American spy has a miniature camera surgically implanted in his eye, unbeknownst to him, and with it photographs secrets for the Russians, helping them gather information about a newly created death ray.

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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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'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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