Young American girl tries to solve the murders of two Americans in the Caribbean.

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Pete Barker
Andrea Dromm ...
Jill Parsons
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Walter Ludeker
Mart Hulswit ...
Larry Claymore
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Samantha
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Augie
Howard Schell ...
Corbett
Chance Gentry ...
Chance
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Gunther Stiller
Kate Aldrich ...
Chris
Pam Colbert ...
Pam
Gil Pratley ...
Kieswetter
Georges Shoucair ...
Pantin
Alston Bair ...
Keefer
Tim Moxon ...
Morgan
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Young American girl tries to solve the murders of two Americans in the Caribbean.

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18 January 1967 (USA)  »

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Red Over Red  »

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One of the movies Troy Donahue made after he left the Warner Brothers studio. See more »

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When Jill and Pete are conversing on a spiral staircase, two different takes of the same shot are shown. See more »

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Come Spy With Me
Written by Smokey Robinson and Bob Bowers
Sung by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
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It's just Andrea!
17 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, there's only one reason (two, if you want to be funny) to see this movie and that's Andrea Dromm. She became a "star" because of a commercial and she made this, the first Star Trek pilot and THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING. This movie is the least of her works. It's been more than forty years since I saw this in a theater and I don't remember anything of the plot. I'm reasonably sure that Andrea spends a lot of time in a bikini. If that's not reason to watch, I don't know what is. At the end, the guy want to become a spy, too. If you met a spy like her, you'd join up immediately. From what I do remember, the movie was pretty silly.

But there's always Andrea!

Sam Tomaino


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