Mundy is tasked with going to a small European state who's only source of income is its casino. Soviet infiltrators are attempting to steal the states crown jewels as a way of forcing the ... See full summary »

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Anton Veitch (as Mark Richman)
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Mundy is tasked with going to a small European state who's only source of income is its casino. Soviet infiltrators are attempting to steal the states crown jewels as a way of forcing the casino to close. Mundy must try and stop the robbery from happening Written by glenchapman@ruraltel.net

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16 January 1968 (USA)  »

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Charlie Brown: [as Princess Astride] You're making me uncomfortable again.
Alexander Mundy: What am I doing?
Charlie Brown: Holding my hand.
Alexander Mundy: It's a nervous habit. Every time I see something exquisitely lovely, I get grabby.
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Delightful

It happens that this episode is the perfect example of what heist movies were at this time: the sixties, a sort of mix up between heist and romance. Always sophisticated, elaborated capers with plenty of technology and intelligence, and of course totally incredible. But why not? It's not TOPKAPI but I took lots of pleasure with this tale of Wagner infiltrating a gang of high class thieves who intended to steal crown jewels of an European country and for the count of the Soviet Union. You have to be fan of this kind of stuff, otherwise stay away from it. But I can say that now, in the 2010's, you can still find those topics again, but with plenty more technology, as you can guess. Computers and so on...


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