During a scuba diving in Corsica, an American agent disappears. The Secret Service sends Hubert Bonisseur of Bath.

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Nadia Sanders ...
Brigitta
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Lucia (as Irina Demich)
Henri-Jacques Huet ...
Renotte
Jacques Harden ...
Roos
Roger Dutoit ...
Mayan
Albert Dagnant ...
Forestier (as Albert Dagnan)
André Weber
Michel Jourdan
Daniel Emilfork ...
Sacha
Henri Attal ...
Manuel, un homme de main (as Henri Atal)
Yvan Chiffre ...
Agent Thibaud
Arielle Coigney ...
(as Arielle Coignet)
Jean Geoffroy
Gisèle Grimm
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During a scuba diving in Corsica, an American agent disappears. The Secret Service sends Hubert Bonisseur of Bath.

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18 June 1963 (France)  »

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OSS 117 Is Unleashed  »

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Characters were shown flying on a jet airliner, which weren't around at the time the film was set. See more »

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Followed by Panic in Bangkok (1964) See more »

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Faithful to Jean Bruce
31 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Oss 117 Se Dechaine was the first movie made about Jean Bruce's secret agent character, Hubert Bonisseur De la Bath, a French CIA agent.

I was an avid reader of Bruce's books and was very satisfied this first movie was such a faithful adaptation of one of his novels; actually, the movie was a combination of two novels, but remained very faithful to the story and characters, much the way From Russia With Love was faithful to Ian Fleming's book (to a point.) The later movies, Banco a Bangkok and Furia a Bahia, though retaining the author's original titles, did not remain faithful to the stories and diverged the way later James Bond movies diverged from their original book titles.


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