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Dimension 5 (1966)

An American intelligence agent, aided by a Chinese-American female agent, uses a time-travel belt to thwart Chinese operatives who are attempting to import to Los Angeles the materials to make an atomic bomb.


Franklin Adreon




Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeffrey Hunter ... Justin Power
France Nuyen ... Kitty
Harold Sakata ... Big Buddha
Donald Woods ... Kane
Linda Ho ... Nancy Ho
Robert Ito ... Sato
David Chow David Chow ... Stoneface
Jon Lormer ... Professor
Bill Walker ... Slim
Virginia Ann Lee ... Mute Girl (as Virginia Lee)
Lee Kolima Lee Kolima ... Genghis
Tad Horino ... Squeaky
Kam Tong ... Kim Fong
Gerald Jann Gerald Jann ... Chang
Carol Byron ... Big Sister


The unofficial agency of the American government Espionage Corporation is assigned to investigate the Chinese organization The Dragons when the government is advised to remove the American troops from Asia, otherwise The Dragons would destroy Los Angeles with a Hydrogen Bomb. The chief Mr. Kane asks his best agent Justin Power, who is testing a time converter belt, to be in charge of the mission with the Chinese agent Ki Ti Tso, aka Kitty. The intelligence agency unravels that parts of the bomb has been imported by the smuggler Big Buddha and Power and Kitty seek the hidden place in USA. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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From Out of the Depths of the Fifth Dimension - The Most Amazing Spy Thriller of All Time - as the law and a time machine battle evil in a desperate race to save a city from Atomic Destruction!


Crime | Sci-Fi | Thriller


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Lesson # 9: you don't have to go out of your way to see this one.
6 December 2017 | by Hey_SwedenSee all my reviews

The swinging 60s strike again in this mildly - make that VERY mildly - amusing espionage nonsense about a supposedly top notch intelligence agent, Justin Power (Jeffrey Hunter, "The Searchers") who is partnered with a Chinese-American female agent, "Kitty" (France Nuyen, "South Pacific"). Their mission is to foil a criminal organization dubbed The Dragons, which are headed by wheelchair-bound "Big Buddha" (Harold "Oddjob" Sakata, who is dubbed by Paul Frees). The Dragons plan to detonate a bomb in the City of Angels, but the good guys have a secret weapon: a time travel device that can be worn like a belt!

"Dimension 5" is low-tech and minor league, and it's also pretty short on action. Therefore, it's never particularly exciting, but it still has its moments. The give and take between our hero and heroine is enjoyable enough; she's Americanized enough to prefer steak and potatoes to more traditional Asian dishes. He's confident and has a fair amount of swagger. That said, neither of them are THAT smart - he needs to be saved more than once, and at the end, when she has the villain dead to rights, she doesn't kill him when she has the chance. Hunter and Nuyen are both very good looking, which should help to make their characters palatable nevertheless.

They're assisted by a fairly good bunch of supporting actors, including Donald Woods ("The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms"), Robert Ito ('Quincy M.E.'), Jon Lormer ("Creepshow"), Bill Walker ("The Long, Hot Summer"), Tad Horino ("Galaxina"), and Robert Phillips ("The Dirty Dozen"). The filmmaking isn't overly slick but it's passable; this was made by many of the same people behind the previous time travel sci-fi flick, "Cyborg 2087", including director Franklin Adreon.

A watchable, forgettable diversion for an hour and a half.

Five out of 10.

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October 1966 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono | Mono (Glen Glenn Sound)


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1.85 : 1
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