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David Broadnax ...
Geoffrey Graves
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Liz
Arthur Brauss ...
Vincent Napier
Lena Farugia ...
Pamela (as Lena Nicols)
Brian O'Shaughnessy ...
Colonel Duncan
Ian Hamilton ...
Doc Cooper
Len Sparrowhawk ...
Customs Officer
Bill Curry ...
Taxi Driver
Ronald France ...
Stanwell
Larry Taylor ...
Vlees / Vlees' Twin
Ian Yule ...
Bill
Ken Gampu ...
Sue
Gordon Mulholland ...
Dr. Halstead
Victor Melleney ...
Major Travis
Myra Shelton ...
Reagan
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Geoffrey Graves is a suave secret agent who's called out of retirement and sent to South Africa to recover a kidnapped aerospace engineer before he can reveal the secrets of the government's experimental "solar shuttle". He faces a lesbian enemy agent named "Liz" and there's a rotary phone in a Lamborghini. Written by Mark Johnston

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1970's Schlock Not for Everyone!
2 September 2010 | by (the ruins beneath the Planet of the Apes) – See all my reviews

Filmed on the cheap in South Africa, this low-budget affair at least features a likable Black actor in the lead role of Geoffrey Graves. The actor David Broadnax didn't have much of a career, but this is his show, and he even wrote the story it's based on. He's fit and thin, and sports some skintight jeans and groovy shirts throughout.

The confusing plot has dozens of minor characters either banding together or double-crossing one another or poor Graves, who seems to be caught up in a maelstrom of international intrigue. The unintentional humor abounds in the primitively staged fight scenes, third-rate acting, and ridiculous dialog. There's a hilarious scene set in a huge "computer control room," that has a bunch of beautiful models working some phone bank under the strict supervision of Stella Stevens, who exhibits a few lesbian tendencies. Soon explosions fill the screen, leaving the audience scratching their heads in wonderment.


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