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The Secret Agent Club (1996)

To the world Ray Chase is nothing more than a klutzy, overgrown toy seller whose wife passed away a few years ago; and his only son Jeremy doesn't get to see him very often, because he's ... See full summary »

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Jeremy Chase
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Eve
Maurice Woods ...
Sly (as Maurkice Woods)
Danny McCue ...
Bart
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Rosalie (as Ashley Power)
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Shigeo
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Wrecks
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SHADOW General
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Vincent Scarletti
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Max Simpson
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Mr. Yamata
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Doc
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Jock Dad
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To the world Ray Chase is nothing more than a klutzy, overgrown toy seller whose wife passed away a few years ago; and his only son Jeremy doesn't get to see him very often, because he's always away on "business trips." What no one knows-not even Jeremy-is that his dad is a secret agent who flies all around the world, completing highly classified missions for a top-secret peacekeeping agency. Unaware of his dad's dangerous, yet exciting, secret identity, Jeremy's world is utterly normal. But all that changes when Ray returns from a mission, bringing with him a high-powered laser gun he stole from a treacherous female foreign guns dealer. Ray tells his son the gun is only a toy, but his secret comes out when the dealer sends her henchmen to capture Ray and retrieve the gun. The nasty henchmen get Ray, but Jeremy escapes with the wanted firearm. After he learns how to use the laser gun, Jeremy gathers his friends, and together they hatch a clever plan to rescue Ray. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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It's 10 PM...do you know where your dad is? See more »

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Action | Comedy | Family

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Rated PG for violence, action throughout and some language | See all certifications »
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16 August 1996 (UK)  »

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The rap song heard during the credits was written by Rory Knox Johnston, the film's writer. See more »

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Marbles are seen falling down the stairs, before they are actually thrown. See more »

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Eve: [as Wrecks deserts her to unsuccessfully escape the ensuring blast wave] WRECKS... YOUR FIRED!
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References Wayne's World (1992) See more »

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Walk Another Mile
Written and Performed by Ken Stacey
Produced by Alexander Baker (as Alexander 'Ace' Baker)
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Great Kid Movie...True Lies Meets Home Alone
10 September 2000 | by (Philadelphia,Pa) – See all my reviews

Secret Agent Club is by far one of my top 20 films ever...great movie,funny,exciting scary,action...bottom line,it has everything u want in a movie,all the acting was great considering they were all kids mostly.Of course Hogan was the best actor in there and the only thing i couldnt stand about this film was that jeremy played by matthew McCurley was such a horrible actor,but it still was a great film get it for the whole family,if u like 3 Ninjas,True Lies And Home Alone Then Get This!!!


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