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Danger!! Death Ray -- A professor develops a death ray, but is kidnapped by a group of villains who want it for themselves. Spy Bart Fargo sets out to rescue the professor and bring back the death ray.

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Writers:
Juan Antonio Cabezas (screenplay) (uncredited in US version)
Juan Antonio Cabezas (story)
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Release Date:
28 January 1967 (Italy) See more »
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Plot:
Secret Agent Bart Fargo chases the kidnappers of the inventor of a death ray. | Add synopsis »
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Don't go up there, you'll become a toy See more (17 total) »

Cast

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Gordon Scott ... Bart Fargo
Delfi Mauro ... Lucille (as Maureen Delphy)
Nello Pazzafini ... Frank (as Ted Carter)
Alberto Dalbés ... Carver (as Albert Dalbes)
Silvia Solar ... Mrs. Carver (as Sylvia Solar)
Massimo Righi ... Al (as Max Dean)
Tullio Altamura ... Prof. John Carmichael (as Tor Altmayer)
Rossella Bergamonti ... Miss Roberta - Raymond's Secretary (as Rosemary Herbert)
Carlos Hurtado ... Scarface
Tina Di Pietro ... Raymond's Blonde (as Jane Peters)
Fernando Rubio ... Bearded Henchman (as Larry Sheffield)
Julio St. Cruz ... Señor Raymond (as Juan Sant Cruz)
Valentino Macchi ... Henchman 'X3' (as Edwin Moore)
Giulio Maculani ... Gary - Mustachioed Henchman (as Julian Macmillan)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ignazio Balsamo ... Henchman 'X2' (uncredited)

Directed by
Gianfranco Baldanello  (as Frank G. Carroll)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Juan Antonio Cabezas  screenplay (uncredited in US version)
Juan Antonio Cabezas  story (as Dick Arthur)
Jaime Comas Gil  screenplay (as Jaime Comas)
Jaime Comas Gil  story (as Jaime Comas)
Aldo Cristiani  screenplay (as Al Christian)
Aldo Cristiani  story (as Al Christian)
Domenico Paolella  screenplay (as Paul Fleming)

Produced by
Daniel P. Culvert .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Gianni Ferrio  (as James Anderson)
 
Cinematography by
Manuel Hernández Sanjuán (director of photography) (as Frank Humphreys)
 
Film Editing by
Gaby Peñalba  (as Edwin McLeod)
 
Set Decoration by
Luis Argüello  (as Joseph Vincent)
Arrigo Equini  (as Joseph Vincent)
 
Costume Design by
Mary Louise Boyle 
 
Makeup Department
Ray Danby .... make-up
 
Production Management
Roger G. Evans .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Aldo Cristiani .... assistant director (as Al Christian)
 
Art Department
Robert Nicholson .... settings designer
 
Sound Department
Peter Castleford .... sound engineer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Stanley Hughes .... assistant camera
Ed Manford .... assistant camera
Jack Powell .... camera operator
 
Editorial Department
Susan Stanley .... editor's assistant
 
Other crew
Anne Wilkinson .... continuity
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Il raggio infernale" - Italy (original title)
"Death Ray" - USA (short title)
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Runtime:
93 min
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Color:
Color (Eastmancolor)
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Revealing mistakes: When the helicopter lands on the sub and then gets blown up, if you look closely, you can see a string pulling the toy sub.See more »
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9 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Don't go up there, you'll become a toy, 23 February 2004
Author: InzyWimzy from Queens, NY

This spy shlocker isn't that bad. Sure, the acting isn't anything to brag about or the excitement (yawn!) of guys showcasing their butts climbing down ladders. Definitely Gordon Scott is for the ladies, but he actually does a decent job. Bart Fargo (Bart Fargo, Bart Fargo, Bart Fargo!!) has got to be the most hilarious spy name ever. How can you introduce yourself as "My name is Fargo...Bart Fargo." HA HA HA!!

There's also Abe Lincoln turned wrong, European guys, cool box switches, and the best special effects ever. I was fondly reminded of Matchbox and simulated naval tub warfare (Das Toy Boat) and it always gets me laughing (Special effects by Billy!). Plus, the best soundtrack ever with the "Bap-Bah-Dap-Bah-Dah-Dah" being grinded into your skull, but it's really fun to hum along with! A great tribute to Watermelon Man just adds to the kampy fun of it. Even the actors look like they know the movie wasn't that good, so there's ham a plenty to go around.

Plus, watch this MSTified and see Mike and the bots really bust their guts laughing. They really loved the helicopter scene too!

"The ocean is beautiful in this part of the tub."

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