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Borman (1966)

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Sandro Moretti ...
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Liana Orfei
Dominique Boschero
Moa Tahi
Serge Nadaud
Adriano Micantoni
Ray Moore
Paul Muller
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8 August 1966 (Italy)  »

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Le retour des loups  »

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Boring spy adventure
7 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

An American secret agent is assigned to stop a neo-nazi movement with plans of world domination, led by an old associate of Hitler who had gone into hiding for 20 years. His mission takes him all over the world, but despite the globe-trotting, this flick is nothing really special (I'm only even writing this comment because nobody else bothered to). The hero is pretty bland and, despite the scale of their plans (which are actually kind of similar to "You Only Live Twice", made one year later!), so are the villains. The main reason I'm still giving this film ** out of 4 is the presence of the extremely beautiful Liana Orfei, who gets involved in the action more than you'd expect. They don't make them like her anymore.


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