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Agent for H.A.R.M. (1966)

Passed | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 11 May 1966 (France)
Secret agent tries to stop a scientist who has devised a bacterium that devours the body from within.


Gerd Oswald


Blair Robertson (created by), Blair Robertson




Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Mark Richman ... Adam Chance (as Mark Richman)
Wendell Corey ... Jim Graff
Carl Esmond ... Prof. Jan Stefánik
Barbara Bouchet ... Ava Vestok (as Barbara Bouchét)
Martin Kosleck ... Basil Malko
Aliza Gur ... Mid-Eastern Contact (as Alizia Gur)
Donna Michelle Donna Michelle ... Marian
Rafael Campos ... Luis
Robert Quarry ... Borg
Robert Donner ... Morgue Attendant
Steve Stevens Steve Stevens ... Billy
Marc Snegoff Marc Snegoff ... Conrad
Horst Ebersberg ... Helgar
Chris Anders Chris Anders ... Schloss
Ray Dannis Ray Dannis ... Henry Manson


Wimpy secret agent who looks like Dr. Smith from "Lost In Space" helps protect a scientist from a generic Iron Curtain country who has developed a gun that shoots boogers at people from a evil guy who looks like Pee-Wee Herman. Written by Michael Robb <jro240@airmail.net>

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They Used the World's Deadliest Weapons Against This Super-Secret Agent...Women!...Women!...Women!


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Was riffed on season 8 of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" on August 2, 1997 See more »


When Ava shoots at Adam with the bow, the arrow hits the wall beside the open door. In the next shot, when Adam ducks and runs towards Ava, the arrow and hole are gone. . See more »


Malko: A man will believe the lies he wants to believe, comrade.
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Featured in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Agent for H.A.R.M. (1997) See more »

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The first rule of women everywhere-first, do no H.A.R.M
18 April 2004 | by OosterhartbabeSee all my reviews

A paunchy, fiftyish sleazeball is...agent for H.A.R.M! He hits on girls young enough to be his daughter! And cops a feel while he's got his hands on them! He's smug, ineffectual, pompous and smarmy. The only reason he half way succeeds in his mission is because the bad guys are so lame. And he still managed to botch the case. That's what he gets for leaving that one location! And for some reason, his yellow cardigan didn't protect him. That must be the reason why he wore it for six straight days in a row, right? I must say-I've never seen a secret agent who wore a CARDIGAN before. Only grandfathers wear cardigans. Couldn't they have gotten a better wardrobe person for this movie? I mean, they saved all that money on the location scouting, they could have afforded to hire someone who wouldn't have put grandpa secret agent in a yellow cardigan!

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11 May 1966 (France) See more »

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Dimension VI See more »
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1.33 : 1
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