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O.K. Yevtushenko (1968)

Vine finds himself on the trail of a missing Russian spy and soon finds himself involved in a bonkers plot involving Albanians and the Chinese.

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Charles Vine
Tim Barrett ...
Maj. Kovacs
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Col. Yevtushenko
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Galina Samarav
Mary Paz Pondal ...
Sara
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Gen. Borodin
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Pandora Loz
Eric Chapman ...
Potts
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Capt. Milhavikah
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Col. Stenhoff
Gene Reyes ...
Ly-Chee
José María Labernié ...
Muffin-Wells (as Jose Ma Lavernier)
Antonio Jiménez Escribano ...
Rockwell
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Trilby
Spencer Teakle ...
Dr. Howard
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Vine finds himself on the trail of a missing Russian spy and soon finds himself involved in a bonkers plot involving Albanians and the Chinese.

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7 July 1975 (Spain)  »

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Somebody's Stolen Our Russian Spy  »

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Third and final of three Charles Vine spy movies. The first was The 2nd Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World (1965) and the second was Where the Bullets Fly (1966). Tom Adams played Vine in all three films. See more »

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Weak spy spoof (?)
30 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

The (?) in the summary means that this flick sits awkwardly between two chairs, the straight spy flick and the spoof, being neither exciting enough nor funny enough to succeed as either. There is one novel idea (the inside of a truck disguised as a submarine!), a fairly impressive tank. vs car collision (hint: it doesn't go well for the car), and the otherwordly beauty of Diana Lorys, but the male lead is just passable and the script is often sloppy in its flow. Apparently this is the third Charles Vine film made in the 1960s, the earlier two are pretty hard to track down, but when I do, hopefully they will be better than this one! *1/2 out of 4.


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