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Target Goldseven (1966)

Tecnica di una spia (original title)
American secret agent Alan Milner is charged to get back a lot of uranium being transported to an enemy power by a criminal gang led by Otis. The agent must follow a number of leads until ... See full summary »

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Alberto Leonardi (as Albert B. Leonard)
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Credited cast:
Tony Russel Tony Russel ... Alan Milner (as Tony Russell)
Erika Blanc ... Erika Brown
Conrado San Martín ... Otis
Dyanik Zurakowska ... Mitzi (as Diannyk Zurakoswka)
Fernando Cebrián ... Kare
Adriano Micantoni Adriano Micantoni ... Louis Kerez Fischer (as Peter White)
Wilbert Bradley Wilbert Bradley ... Steiner
Giuseppe Fortis Giuseppe Fortis ... (as Joseph Fortis)
Adalberto Rossetti Adalberto Rossetti ... (as Alberto Rossetti)
Pilar Serrano Pilar Serrano
Evar Maran Evar Maran
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Antonio Pica ... Alex, Erika's friend
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American secret agent Alan Milner is charged to get back a lot of uranium being transported to an enemy power by a criminal gang led by Otis. The agent must follow a number of leads until getting aboard a merchant ship off the Moroccan coast, where he will have the last of a number of fights. Written by Artemis-9

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uranium | spy | evil man | See All (3) »

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Crime

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Spain | Italy

Language:

Italian

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3 November 1966 (Italy) See more »

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Target Goldseven See more »

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Target: More Italian-style James Bond
11 May 2008 | by BogmeisterSee all my reviews

MASTER PLAN: steal that Uranium and develop an anti-nuke serum. Another among the innumerable cheap European James Bond knock-offs (see also the Italian "Danger! Death Ray" and "OK Connery") of the sixties, this one, like many of these, recalls "From Russia With Love" - but imitation is not a form of flattery here. This features a lead actor resembling Mike Connors (who starred in "Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die" around the same time). We're introduced to him on a golf course (shades of "Goldfinger") and immediately thrust into some of the most awful, cheesy dialog (dubbed?) of the decade. The plot involves a freighter crew getting massacred and uranium stolen; the secret agent is sent to Copenhagen, Denmark to sort things out or "before it gets too explosive" as his boss states. "The persons in possession of the uranium are going to use it for purposes which are not peaceful," the hero says with a straight face.

The pace is choppy at best and, with the exception of one movie-style karate combat scene in a hotel room, most of the action scenes are fairly lackluster. As in "Dr.No" and "From Russia With Love," the agent needs to acquaint himself with a new locale, avoid assassins and connect with the local law-enforcement bigshot. The criminal organization is named 'The Snake' - not quite as creative as Spectre. The climactic action involves the invasion of the villain's island base and now rips off the similar underwater action scenes in "Thunderball." I also got the uneasy impression that the sets in the climax are merely re-used from the other Bond imitation-films, such as "OK Connery" and the "Kommissar X" films. The only other plus I could see at this point is that the movie is pretty short (the version I watched was 85 minutes) and so the ending isn't dragged out. But, "it doesn't take much imagination to dope that out." Hero:4 Villains:3 Femme Fatales:3 Henchmen:2 Fights:3 Stunts/Chases:3 Gadgets:3 Auto:3 Locations:4 Pace:2 overall:3


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