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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
Sidney James ...
Mortuary Attendant
Wilfrid Brambell ...
Train Guard
Joe Baker ...
Minister
John Arnatt ...
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ...
Thursby
Marcus Hammond ...
O'Neil
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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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Second of three Charles Vine spy movies. The first was The 2nd Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World (1965) and the third and final film was O.K. Yevtushenko (1968). Actor Tom Adams played Vine in all three. See more »


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Where the Bullets Fly
Sung by Susan Maughan
Music by Bob Kingston
Lyrics by Ronald Bridges
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Terrible unfunny spy spoof
2 April 2000 | by (Seattle, Washington) – See all my reviews

Tom Adams is Agent Vine (not Bond) in this film that is so unfunny that it runs way too serious and makes the film look like a poorman's James Bond clone. The opening scene involving agent dressed in drags, cool opening credit, and the Sidney James scene is the only highlight in this film. Either than that, the film is just plain boring. Adams played the character well, but the script didn't leave him to do much spoof or comedy that he's character runs flat. Very disjointed script. Not recommended.


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