A government space saucer is hijacked mid-flight by a powerful laser beam under the control of Jose Ortega, who then proceeds to rape the female pilot, Sheila Sommars. ICE sends agent Matt Helm to Acapulco with Sheila to recover the saucer, under the guise of Matt taking fashion photographs of beautiful models. Matt is temporarily side-tracked, falling prey to the seductive charms of enemy agent Franceca Madeiros. Written by
Matt Helm's Biggest and Boldest!
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Did You Know?
During the last scene, the song played as a replacement to Martin's Everybody Loves Somebody Sometimes was Strangers in the Night sang by Frank Sinatra. But as a joke, Martin remarked that the girl he's about to train like Perry Como songs. Both Sinatra and Martin were good friends and members of Rat Pack. See more
Throughout the entire film you can see the wires that are used to lift things and people up whenever the "anti-gravity ray" is used. This is especially obvious in the scenes where the saucer is brought down to the jungle and when Matt rescues Sheila from the runaway train wagon. See more
May a thousand tigers break every bone in your body.
Next in view, The Wrecking Crew See more
References Candid Camera
Lyrics by Herbert Baker
Music by Hugo Montenegro
Sung by Tommy Boyce
and Bobby Hart
Courtesy of A&M Records See more