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Where the Bullets Fly (1966)

A secret agent is assigned to get the formula for a process that can drain nuclear energy from an element called spurium.

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Credited cast:
Tom Adams ...
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Felicity 'Fiz' Moonlight
Tim Barrett ...
Seraph
Michael Ripper ...
Angel
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Mortuary Attendant
Wilfrid Brambell ...
Train Guard
Joe Baker ...
Minister
John Arnatt ...
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ...
Thursby
Marcus Hammond ...
O'Neil
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Arpino ...
Butler
Michael Balfour ...
Band Leader
Tom Bowman ...
Russian Colonel
Maurice Browning ...
Cherub
Michael James Cox ...
Lt. Guyfawkes
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A secret agent is assigned to get the formula for a process that can drain nuclear energy from an element called spurium.

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The world's second best secret agent against a devil... Called "angel"!

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5 September 1966 (UK)  »

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002 el mejor agente secreto  »

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The production received the assistance of the Royal Air Force (RAF) who allowed a number of scenes to be shot at the RAF Biggin Hill Aerodrome. See more »

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Followed by O.K. Yevtushenko (1968) See more »

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John Brown's Body
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Traditional
Arranged by Kenny Graham
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INEPT CAN'T BEGIN TO DESCRIBE THIS.
22 November 2000 | by (CARDIFF,WALES) – See all my reviews

Never,ever give in to any impulse you might ever have to watch this movie.It is BAD.It is a sequel to an even worse piece of garbage directed by Lindsay Shonteff,possibly the world's worst ever movie director.That was called LICENCE TO KILL and the licence should have been used to kill that movie and this inept follow-up.Tom Adams could have made a good Conneryesque spy hero out of agent Charles Vine given the right material.He certainly wasn't given it here.The best part about it is the very Bondian title song belted out in full Bassey mode by Susan Maughan.


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