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The Love Factor (1969) More at IMDbPro »Zeta One (original title)

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Michael Cort (screenplay) and
Alistair McKenzie (screenplay)
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Release Date:
22 June 1975 (USA) See more »
It's Sexcitement in Time and Space See more »
A race of topless, large-breasted women from the planet Angvia, in another dimension, come to earth to kidnap women to repopulate their planet. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Ten Tigon Tales of Terror
 (From Shadowlocked. 18 February 2014, 3:39 AM, PST)

Blu-ray Release: Zeta One
 (From Disc Dish. 7 March 2013, 11:52 AM, PST)

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Lots of 60s silliness, yet somehow fun See more (14 total) »


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James Robertson Justice ... Maj. Bourdon
Charles Hawtrey ... Swyne
Robin Hawdon ... James Word
Anna Gaël ... Clotho
Brigitte Skay ... Lachesis
Dawn Addams ... Zeta
Valerie Leon ... Atropos
Lionel Murton ... W
Yutte Stensgaard ... Ann Olsen
Angela Grant ... Angvisa Girl (as Angie Grant)
Wendy Lingham ... Edwina 'Ted' Strain
Rita Webb ... Clippie
Carol Hawkins ... Zara (as Carolanne Hawkins)
Steve Kirby ... Sleuth
Paul Baker ... Bourdon's Assistant
Walter Sparrow ... Stage Manager
Alan Haywood ... Pilot
Anna Turnard ... Miss Johnson
Yolande Del Mar ... Striptease Artist
Rose Howlett ... Fat Lady
Nita Lorraine ... Angvisa Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Juliet Adams ... Angvisa Girl
Gillian Aldam ... Angvisa Girl
Tasma Bereton ... Angvisa Girl
Hani Borelle ... Angvisa Girl
Rina Brown ... Angvisa Girl
Fay Browning ... Angvisa Girl
Belinda Caren ... Angvisa Girl
Yvonne Castelle ... Angvisa Girl
Charleine ... Angvisa Girl
Jenny Field ... Angvisa Girl
Gilly Grant ... Angvisa Girl
Caroline Johnson ... Angvisa Girl
Helen Jones ... Angvisa Girl
Sandra Kirwan ... Angvisa Girl
Olga Linden ... Angvisa Girl
Kirsten Lindholm ... Angvisa Girl (as Kirsten Betts)
Trudi Nielson ... Angvisa Girl
Janet Pearce ... Angvisa Girl
Angela Pitt ... Angvisa Girl
Donna Reading ... Angvisa Girl
Vikki Richards ... Angvisa Girl
Christine Rigg ... Angvisa Girl
Birthe Sector ... Angvisa Girl
Erika Simmonds ... Angvisa Girl
Countessa Veronica ... Angvisa Girl
Jennifer Watts ... Angvisa Girl
Jeannette Wild ... Angvisa Girl

Directed by
Michael Cort 
Writing credits
Michael Cort (screenplay) and
Alistair McKenzie (screenplay)

Christopher Neame  uncredited

Produced by
George Maynard .... producer
Tony Tenser .... executive producer
Original Music by
John Hawksworth  (as Johnny Hawksworth)
Cinematography by
Jack Atcheler 
Film Editing by
Jack T. Knight 
Dennis Lanning  (as Denis Landing)
Production Design by
Christopher Neame 
Art Direction by
Martin Gascoigne 
Costume Design by
Colette Du Plessis 
Makeup Department
Bunty Phillips .... makeup artist
Barbara Sutton .... hairdresser
Pearl Tipaldi .... hairdresser
Production Management
George Mills .... production manager
Christopher Neame .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael McKeag .... assistant director
Art Department
Alan Board .... construction manager
Sound Department
Maurice Askew .... dubbing editor
Alan Kane .... sound recordist
Roy Lafbery .... sound editor
Lionel Strutt .... sound re-recording mixer
Gillian Aldam .... stunts (uncredited)
Vic Armstrong .... stunts (uncredited)
Peter Pocock .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Alan Boast .... camera operator
Geoff Glover .... camera operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Hilda Geerdts .... wardrobe
Mary Gibson .... wardrobe
Music Department
John Hawksworth .... conductor (as Johnny Hawksworth)
Other crew
Lorna Selwyn .... continuity

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Zeta One" - UK (original title)
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84 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.66 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Finland:K-16 | UK:X (original rating) | UK:18 (video rating) | USA:R

Did You Know?

According to a recent book on Tigon pictures James Robertson Justice was very ashamed to be working on a film of this sort.See more »
Voice of the Lift:[James enters lift] Call out your floor, please... Call out your floor, please.
James Word:Thirteenth.
Voice of the Lift:Thirteenth what?
James Word:Thirteenth, please?
Voice of the Lift:Thank you. You just don't get any politeness these days. Here's me slaving up and down all day and never a please or a thank you. People like you make me sick... sick... sick.
James Word:We've stopped.
Voice of the Lift:That's right.
James Word:Well, are we going on?
Voice of the Lift:You can do what you like. I'm staying here. This is my teabreak.
James Word:Couldn't we go up a few floors? You could have your teabreak then.
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Movie Connections:
References The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)See more »


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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Lots of 60s silliness, yet somehow fun, 18 March 2013
Author: Mikel3 from U.S.A.

It's another cold snowy winter day here so I once again took advantage of our Amazon Prime subscription and picked a flick. This time I watched a film from 1969 called 'zeta one' (aka 'The Love Factor'). It's a British made secret agent film...sort of... maybe it's more a sex-ploitation film. I can best describe it as a cross between the over the top spy films like 'Our Man Flint' and the recent Austin Powers films. Also a touch of James Bond. There is a 'Barbarella' sci fi element to it too. There's a race of alien women with advanced technology who want us for mating purposes or something. I'm not really sure. Like so many other B-movie female aliens they only seem to have women in their society. Women who like to dress as male fantasies. Even their warrior women dress in pasties and G strings. Evidently it's their favorite combat gear no matter how impractical and uncomfortable it must be. Yes, this is one of those movies. It's loaded with 60s era nudity, mini skirts, boots and even a psychedelic trip or two. It reminds me of the Austin Powers movies because it seems more an exaggerated spoof of the 60s then what it really is, a real 60s film. I lived through that time as a young teen so I know a little. It even had 'Laugh-in Style' girls dancing topless in body paint. It's more 60s then I ever remember the 60s as being, it you can understand that. It's like what people now seem to imagine those days to be who weren't there.

Anyway, it's a funny film if you're in the right frame of mind. There is one agent who looks like a British version of Barney Fife in round glasses. Their version of M here is more into 'S & M'. Yes, it's a strangely entertaining flick that bad movie fans should enjoy.

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