Sadistic no-count killer Nanni Vitali and three other equally brutish hoodlums escape from prison. The foul foursome embark on a savage rape, murder, and robbery spree. Vitali even abducts ... See full summary »
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While not the best of Ken Clark's spy adventures, Tiffany Memorandum is by no means the bottom of the lot. It has a great score by Riz Ortolani, some good locations in Paris and Berlin, lots of exciting fisticuffs, and death by clock. TM's main failing is the complicated and not very exciting plot. There are so many twists and false identities that it is sometimes hard to tell who is doing what and to whom.
This time, according to the English-dubbed print anyway, Ken is Dick Hallan, a journalist for the Herald-Tribune. He gets mixed up in international politics through a series of incredible coincidences and is finally coerced by the CIA (not really) to follow the intrigue to its unremarkable end.
This one's for fans of big Ken and I know you're out there.
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