Friday, 24 November 2017

The Spy Who Loved Flowers (1966)

Written and directed by Umberto Lenzi, 1966

The James Bond films, though good, were a rip off of Danger Man (aka Secret Agent in the States) and continental spy films like this Italian one titled, wait for it, yes, The Spy Who Loved Flowers which came out in 1966. That's 11 whole years before The Spy Who Loved Me! Because the Hollywood elect (mostly or all Jewish) just recruits its own kind whether they're up to the job or not. If they can't create it they simply take it!

After retrieving an electronic device that can shut off the power of entire cities, secret agent SuperSeven is assigned to eliminate the only 3 remaining persons who have knowledge of the device.

Another example of the pre-007 Eurospy genre in the movies.

Secret Agent Fireball
Aka Le spie uccidono a Beirut (literally, The Spies kill in Beirut) - a 1965 Italian/French international co-production spy film.

Directed by Luciano Martino, 1965.

An American CIA agent must find the whereabouts of valuable microfilm that was smuggled over by two Russian scientists who had been hoping to defect.

This Man Has No Name....Not Even a Number....but in his inside pocket rests the fate of the world!


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