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A piece of a brand new metal has been hidden in a camera, but this one is sold by mistake ! Superspy Super 7 is called out to retrieve the camera and finds it in Cairo, where he has to fight Russian agents and dangerous women.Written by
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A first installment in the "Superseven " (sic) adventures .And not the best of the two.The action takes place in London ,Superseven (stronger than 007!)is irresistible and all the girls fall for him even if they are evil.
Roger Browne was essentially known for his sword and sandals flicks but he also starred in spy thrillers and -you have to live!- photo novels for the Italian "Edital" group .He was one of the rare actors working in Italy who had an American name AND was actually American .
The screenplay is a nonentity: a radioactive new metal which all the spies covet ,and ,as the title reads ,action takes place in Egypt,but the director does not take advantage of the landscapes:even the pyramids are badly filmed .One of the villains worked in a Nazi concentration camp and it shows.
Lenzi would do a little better next time.
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