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Lucky, el intrépido (1967)

An American secret agent is sent to Europe to track down a ring of counterfeiters. His investigation takes him from Rome to Albania, where he gets involved with a sexy Albanian police commissioner.

Director:

Jesús Franco (as Jess Franco)

Writers:

José Luis Martínez Mollá (story), Julio Buchs (story) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ray Danton ... Lucky
Barbara Bold Barbara Bold ... Brunehilde
Dante Posani Dante Posani ... Michele
Dieter Eppler ... Secuaz de Gafas de Oro
María Luisa Ponte ... Madame Linda
Rosalba Neri ... Yaka
Beba Loncar ... Beba
Teresa Gimpera ... Cleopatra
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marcelo Arroita-Jáuregui Marcelo Arroita-Jáuregui ... Gafas de Oro
Jesús Franco ... Ciego / Zoltan / Guitarrista
Cándida Losada
Héctor Quiroga Héctor Quiroga
Vicente Roca Vicente Roca
Luisa Sala Luisa Sala
Manuel Vidal Manuel Vidal
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An American secret agent is sent to Europe to track down a ring of counterfeiters. His investigation takes him from Rome to Albania, where he gets involved with a sexy Albanian police commissioner.

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Italian censorship visa # 49331 delivered on 14-6-1967. See more »

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Referenced in Ban the Sadist Videos! (2005) See more »

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Very silly and pretty darn funny
7 November 2002 | by vjetorixSee all my reviews

This is a very silly movie. It's an Airplane-style, comic book-type secret agent adventure with Ray Danton (Code Name Jaguar (65), Secret Agent Super Dragon (66)) as Lucky the Inscrutable, a master of disguise, among his many other amazing qualities. He's not only prepared for every situation, he's an expert in every situation. The gags fly fast and furious and with so many jokes thrown our way, some are sure to stick. And some do.

I'll admit that I'm not a big Jess Franco fan and I had serious misgivings about this flick but after half an hour it won me over. It has a terrific Bruno Nicolai score and boundless enthusiasm for the material. Danton turns out to be a good comedian in his last spy flick.

There's plenty to laugh at and also to groan at during this chase-heavy comedy that should ultimately tickle your funny bone. If you're feeling Lucky, it's not a bad way to waste ninety minutes.


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Country:

Spain | Italy | West Germany

Language:

Spanish | Serbo-Croatian

Release Date:

23 June 1967 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Lucky, the Inscrutable See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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