Carl Macklin (Stevens) arrives in Europe to reunite with members of the resistance group he worked with in World War II. He is persuaded by Paul Marchand (Boone) to help free Marchand's ... See full summary »

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Carl Macklin (Stevens) arrives in Europe to reunite with members of the resistance group he worked with in World War II. He is persuaded by Paul Marchand (Boone) to help free Marchand's brother, who is somewhere in Spain after escaping from prison there. But Macklin soon learns he may be being used for another more sinister purpose. Written by rbecker28

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24 March 1964 (USA)  »

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Intrigue In Europe.

The beginning brings you powerful action scenes, including a terrific fist fight between Stevens and a big guy with a knife. Great stunt play here. Boone is also very convincing in his character, an impressive one, be sure of it. It looks like an espionage yarn, a very mysterious story about a former action man during WW2, in the French resistance nets, who is involved in a dark case of intrigue and treason. I admit that, after the first ten minutes, the pace slows down a little, Richard Boone's character disappears and you have to be careful to follow the whole stuff. I expected better than this a bit complicated search of the traitor search scheme. I assure you that in the French resistance nets, there were bunches of last minutes members, guys who were experts in double deals, treachery, treason, who always took care of themselves instead of the group which they were supposed to fight for. Not the best of the series, but worth a look. And, again, I insist on the fist fights, which are outstanding, better than most of the ones we see even in the action movies now, in the 2010's. Superb ending, even if not spectacular.


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