One of Tony and Brad's best with the boys on the hunt for a treasure of missing LSD that has been stolen by a criminal organization. Their quest eventually leads the boys to far-off desert ...
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One of Tony and Brad's best with the boys on the hunt for a treasure of missing LSD that has been stolen by a criminal organization. Their quest eventually leads the boys to far-off desert oil ruins where much of the film's best action occurs. The scene where Tony hides in a bathtub with a totally naked gorgeous gal is playfully erotic. Written by
Generally dull film redeemed somewhat by good stuntwork
Another entry in the tongue-in-cheek espionage series "Kommissar X", with the amiable duo of Tony Kendall and Brad Harris in the leads. This time their mission is to shut down an LSD smuggling ring that operates in Istanbul. And the first half of this movie is, probably, about as coherent as an actual LSD trip, but, again probably, not half as much fun. When the setting switches to "The Valley of the Thousand Hills", the film gets a little better, and more action-packed. The production is actually pretty slick and there is good stuntwork throughout; Brad Harris' slide down the hills and his fight with an extra-muscular henchman are high points. And even though the heroes keep making remarks like "It's going to be difficult to escape, especially with the girls", the girls are quite capable of taking care of themselves. This is the 4th "Kommmissar X" film I have watched so far; the best remains the first, "Kiss Kiss, Kill Kill" (also the one most closely modelled on the James Bond series). ** out of 4.
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