Mundy steals a famous Da Vinci painting, and arranges a buyer. To maximize his profits he arranges for a counterfeiter to produce a copy of the painting.

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Noah Bain
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Janet Sanders
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Mundy steals a famous Da Vinci painting, and arranges a buyer. To maximize his profits he arranges for a counterfeiter to produce a copy of the painting.

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13 February 1968 (USA)  »

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Nothing special here

Do not watch it for the heist itself. No folks. No, the main interesting plot here is the way our lead tries to swindle an exiled dictator with the genuine painting which he is convinced he has the original instead a fake. As you see, the stealing itself is not the best part of this no so bad after all episode. And it is always a pleasure to watch the handsome good looking - he man - Fernando Lamas, here as the cruel bloody dictator in exile. A South American bad guy, of course, who prepares to invade his country as a sort of "comeback".

I'll be back to comment other épisodes of this worth, unfortunately nearly forgotten series.


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