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Giorgio Ardisson: The Italian James Bond

Fans of Eurospy films may want to check out Matt Blake’s new book Giorgio Ardisson: The Italian James Bond. Matt was one of the co-authors of the Eurospy Guide and really knows his stuff. Here he presents an overview of one of the most popular Eurospy stars, Giorgio Ardisson. As a refresher, here are my [...]

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Superseven Calling Cairo (1965)

Country: Italy / France Starring: Roger Browne, Fabienne Dali, Massimo Serato, Dina De Santis, Rosalba Neri, Antonio Gradoli, Mino Doro Director: Umberto Lenzi Music: Angelo Francesco Lavagnino Original Title: Superseven chiama Cairo There are heaps of styles of spy films, but I think the ones I enjoy the most are the jet-set globe trotters from [...]

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Code 7, Victim 5!

Just a heads up (courtesy of Jason Murphy), that the 1960′s spy thriller, Code 7, Victim 5! will be released by Network in August as Victim Five. Here’s the spiel from the Network site: Former Tarzan Lex Barker, Walter Rilla and Ronald Fraser star in a mid-sixties British thriller that takes full advantage of its [...]

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From Hong Kong With Love

From Hong Kong With Love (Original Title: Bon Baisers De Hong Kong) is a film I have been trying to track down for years. It is naturally enough, a Bond spoof, and it features Bernard Lee and Lois Maxwell (which makes it an interesting curio for Bond fans). I have never found an English version [...]

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Superseven Calling Cairo (1965)

Country: Italy / France Starring: Roger Browne, Fabienne Dali, Massimo Serato, Dina De Santis, Rosalba Neri, Antonio Gradoli, Mino Doro Writer: Umberto Lenzi, Piero Pierotti Director: Umberto Lenzi Cinematographer: Augusto Tiezzi Editor: Jolanda Benvenuti Music: Angelo Francesco Lavagnino Producer: Fortunato Misiano Original Title: Superseven chiama Cairo There are heaps of styles of spy films, but [...]

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The Balearic Caper (1966)

Original Title: Baleari operazione Oro Starring: Mireille Darc, Venantino Venantini, Daniela Bianchi, Jacques Sernas, Marilu Tolo, Harold Sakata, Jose Luis Lopez Vazquez Writer: Jaime de Arminan, Jose Maria Forque, Giovanni Simonelli, Duccio Tessari Director: Jose Maria Forque Cinematographer: Cecilio Paniagua Editor: Franco Fraticelli Music: Benedetto Ghiglia Producer: Jose Gutierrez Maesso Alternate Titles: Operation Gold / [...]

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Kiss Kiss Kill Kill Exhibition

The Kiss Kiss Kill Kill Archive in collaboration with Aberystwyth Arts Centre is proud to present a programme of Eurospy themed events to coincide with the exhibition KISS KISS KILL KILL: THE GRAPHIC ART AND FORGOTTEN SPY FILMS OF COLD WAR EUROPE on show in Gallery 2, The Aberystwyth Arts Centre 29th Sept 2012 –10th [...]

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From Paris With Love (2009)

Release Year: 2009 Country: France Director: Pierre Morrel Starring: John Travolta, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Kasia Smutniak, Richard Durden Music: David Buckley From Paris With Love is another fast paced thriller from Luc Besson’s Europacorp – the company behind Taken, The Transporter series, 22 Bullets, Crimson Rivers, District 13 and far too many others to mention. [...]

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Super7even: Operation Breakdown

I am a bit late posting this one – maybe the poster should have a sticker over it saying ‘Second Big Week’. The second of Bob Griffith’s web series, featuring the red suited, fumetti inspired Super7even is back in an all new adventure called Operation Breakdown. Click here to head over to Bob’s Youtube Channel

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Super7even: Operation Triple Cross

For those who enjoy fumetti style mayhem, Bob Griffith recently shot a pilot webisode called “Superseven: Triple Cross”, a homage/parody of those great, cheesey masked hero-spy flicks of the 1960′s. With plenty of babes, bullets and 2 fisted campy action. Click here to head over to Bob’s Youtube Channel

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