The civilian brother of Britain's best secret agent must use his skills in plastic surgery, hypnotism and lip-reading to prevent a crime syndicate from using a magnetic wave generator in their bid for world domination.
The evil crime syndicate Thanatos is bent on taking over the world, using a magnetic wave generator that will cause all metal-based machinery to grind to a halt. However, the well-known British secret agent normally assigned to such tasks isn't available, so they engage his civilian brother, Neil, to help. Neil, played by Neil Connery, is a world-class plastic surgeon, hypnotist, and lip-reader, which turn out to be precisely the skills required for thwarting Thanatos.Written by
Leo L. Schwab <email@example.com>
Apparently, the film has allegedly never been formally and officially released on DVD. See more »
When Beta fires his magnetic wave weapon, which is designed to freeze all metal into immovable blocks, cars are seen coming to a halt. The next time the cars are shown, though, the car doors and hoods have somehow been opened. See more »
I'm lucky Maya asked you to come. I was going to get in touch with you to arrange a meeting.
Dr. Neil Connery:
Oh, of course, the returning game. I had no idea you were so interested in archery.
Oh, I'm not. It's your services as a plastic surgeon I'm interested in.
Dr. Neil Connery:
Why? Would you like to have your features changed?
Me? Oh, no. I'm quite satisfied with my face. And, with my nose, also.
See more »
The "Operation Double 007" print ends with the credit: "Released through United Artists." UA was the company that released the James Bond films. See more »
A STRONG CONTENDER FOR THE TITLE OF "MOST SHAMELESS MOVIE EVER MADE"
You just have to love the massive balls that it took to release this film at the height of the James Bond craze. It wasn't enough just to flagrantly rip off the Bond films, no, the producers actually got most of the supporting actors/villains/hot chicks from the real films and then had the nerve to cast Sean Connery's brother, Neil, as the hero (who is alluded to be 007's brother)! However, as bad'60's spy flicks go, this is astonishingly more entertaining than most of them. Give it a chance!
37 of 39 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this