Mark Davis, secret agent No. 07, is after a Nazi treasure hidden somewhere in the Mediterranean waters before the end of WW2. The key to the secret location is hidden in a Goya painting. ... See full summary »
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Mark Davis, secret agent No. 07, is after a Nazi treasure hidden somewhere in the Mediterranean waters before the end of WW2. The key to the secret location is hidden in a Goya painting. Mark attends an art auction just in time to see the painting being bought by a lovely young woman. But soon he will discover that there are six other replicas of the painting - each in the possession of a girl, and as many international spies, art dealers, and com men behind the ladies. Mark is already an expert with young women, and now he must become one in art fakes as well. Written by
One of the strangest - and worst - "spy" films of the 1960s
Oh man, what a mess! How do you summarize the "plot" of a movie so incoherent and directionless? It's something about multiple Goya paintings of which only one is authentic and which also contains clues to a treasure that the Nazis may have hidden underwater, so a bunch of people from all over the world arrive in Rome and start looking for the treasure. It really makes very little sense from scene to scene; producer-writer-director-editor-actor Vincenzo Cascino has to take the lion's share of the blame, and it's not surprising that, according to IMDb, he only worked in 4 films, all of which he produced himself (probably because nobody else was crazy enough to give him the money!). For some reason, Mickey Hargitay laughs like an idiot a lot, while Cascino even manages to royally mess up the mass catfight at the end. 0.5 out of 4 stars.
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