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A Man Called Dagger (1968)

A wheelchair-bound mad scientist plots to revive the Third Reich. Secret agent Dick Dagger is assigned to stop him.

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Credited cast:
... Dick Dagger
... Harper Davis
Jan Murray ... Rudolph Koffman / Hans Leitel
... Ingrid
... Erica
... Joy
... Karl Rainer
... Otto
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mimi Dillard ... Girl in Auto
Martha Luttrell ... Ingrid's Girl
Diane Neff ... Ingrid's Girl
Margie Nelson ... Ingrid's Girl
Ido Rosen ... The salesman
... Dr. Grulik
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A wheelchair-bound mad scientist plots to revive the Third Reich. Secret agent Dick Dagger is assigned to stop him.

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The Sharpest Secret Agent of Them All! See more »

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Featured in Lionpower from MGM (1967) See more »

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Don't Rock the Boat
Sung by Maureen Arthur
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Almost as bad as possible
4 July 2001 | by See all my reviews

I think this is the worst movie I've ever seen. I would say that I couldn't imagine a worse one ever coming along in my lifetime, either, except that Steve Allen did the music and Steve Allen is never completely awful.

One abject moment of creative bankruptcy that has remained in my mind all these years is when Dagger and one of the temptresses swap reminiscences of all the exotic places they have met before. Well, not reminiscences. Just the names of cities. Maybe by their acting they were supposed to load the names with meaning, but the turkey in your average grade-school Thanksgiving play does more acting than anyone in this whole movie...


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