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Maroc 7 (1967)

Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Thriller | January 1968 (USA)
The lady of a top fashion magazine doubles as a jewel thief and becomes involved in Moroccan intrigue.

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Raymond Lowe
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Louise Henderson
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Inspector Barrada
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Michelle Craig
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Freddie
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Prof. Bannen
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The lady of a top fashion magazine doubles as a jewel thief and becomes involved in Moroccan intrigue.

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Morocco -The double crossroads of the world

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Maroc 7
Written by Paul Ferris, Produced by Norrie Paramor
Performed by Hank B. Marvin, Bruce Welch, Jet Harris and Brian Bennett (all as The Shadows)
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Not bad, but nothing special; the gorgeous women are its strongest point
28 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

Loaded with pretty girls, exotic locations, and double-crosses, "Maroc 7" keeps your attention, but never builds too much excitement. Despite being filmed on location in Morocco, the cinematography makes the picture look cheap (or maybe I just watched a bad print), and the director has the bad habit of filming his "big" scenes in near-complete darkness, making it a pain to try and see what's going on. The male lead, Gene Barry, is a bit too old and a bit too smarmy for his "smooth ladies' man" role, but Alexandra Stewart is simply gorgeous and Elsa Martinelli is not far behind. The 60's were certainly a great decade for screen babes, and there is perhaps no other genre demonstrating that point more clearly than these spy capers. (**)


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