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(1967)

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Richard Johnson leads the cast in this 1960s spy film. Johnson was director Terence Young's first choice to play James Bond when casting Dr. No (1962). Johnson also appeared in the 60s spy flicks Deadlier Than the Male (1967) and its sequel Some Girls Do (1969).
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Penultimate film directed by Seth Holt. This movie was actually Holt's final completed picture as his last film Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971) was not completed when Holt passed away.
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Publicity for this movie declared that the central character Jonas Wilde (played by Richard Johnson) has killed thirty-nine men each with one single blow but six of these were mistakes.
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This movie was made and released only about a year after its source novel 'The Eliminator' by Andrew York was first published in 1966. 'The Eliminator' was also this film's working title.
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The film's source novelist Andrew York for the book 'The Eliminator' is a pseudonym for Christopher Nicole.
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Lead actor' Richard Johnson' has said that Seth Holt was one of the best directors he has ever worked with.
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The only ever cinema movie adaptation of an Andrew York (Christopher Nicole) novel.
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The only cinema spy film directed by Seth Holt. Prior to this movie though, Holt did direct spy television episodes of Espionage (1963) and Danger Man (1960).
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This picture was released in the USA on a double bill with Attack on the Iron Coast (1968).
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The movie was released in theaters during the height of the 1960s spy craze.
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