After a criminal gang kidnaps a scientist with valuable information about nuclear weapons, an undercover agent named Jorge Rubio tries to infiltrate this gang in order to deal with the ...
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In 1909 Arizona, retired lawman Sam Burgade's life is thrown upside-down when his old enemy Zach Provo and six other convicts escape a chain-gang in the Yuma Territorial Prison and come gunning for Burgade.
Andrew V. McLaglen
Two man commit a robbery. One is caught and the other runaway. He ends his escape in a lonely and deserted beach when he meets a beautiful woman named Erotica. They both start a passionate ... See full summary »
After a criminal gang kidnaps a scientist with valuable information about nuclear weapons, an undercover agent named Jorge Rubio tries to infiltrate this gang in order to deal with the situation. The gang, however, quickly unmasks Rubio and uses both brainwashing and torture techniques on him. They also create a clone of Rubio, thus setting up a show-down battle between the two look-alikes.Written by
dinky-4 of Minneapolis
Made at a time when imitation James Bonds frequently appeared in the world's cinemas, this minor but amusing Mexican entry in that cycle features a lot of the usual Bondisms from the 1960s: evil women in beehive hairdos, go-go dancers in gold boots, men in narrow neckties, a criminal mastermind in a motorized chair, fast cars, flying bullets, elaborate gadgetry, a ladies-man of a hero who -- with the punch of a button -- can play seductive music in his bedroom, etc.
Jorge Rivero, about 30 years old and at his physical peak, makes a handsome leading man and the movie isn't shy about spotlighting his physical attributes. Less than five minutes after the movie starts, he's stripped off his shirt for a romp in an over-sized tub with a couple of eye-candy babes. He's later seen, again stripped to the waist, for a torture-chamber scene in which he's flogged across the back. This flogging ranks 12th in the book, "Lash! The Hundred Great Scenes of Men Being Whipped in the Movies." As usual in Bond movies, the female parts tend to be interchangeable and many details of the plot remain obscure, but this still remains a passable diversion.
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