Browsing the archives for the Lindsay Shonteff tag

The Second Best Secret Agent In The Whole Wide World (1965)

Country: United Kingdom Director: Lindsay Shonteff Starring: Tom Adams, Karel Stepanek, Peter Bull, John Arnott, Felix Felton Music: Herbert Chappell (as Bertram Chappell) AKA: Licensed to Kill The Second Best Secret Agent In The Whole Wide World is the first of three low budget Bond imitations starring Tom Adams as Charles Vine. The other two […]

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The Million Eyes of Sumuru (1967)

AKA: The 1000 Eyes of Su-Muru, The Slaves of Sumuru, Sumuru Director: Lindsay Shonteff Starring: Frankie Avalon, George Nader, Shirley Eaton, Wilfred Hyde White, Klaus Kinski, Maria Rohm Music: Johnny Scott Director, Lindsay Shonteff is singularly responsible for some of the worst spy films ever made, No 1 Licensed To Love And Kill readily springs […]

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No 1: Licensed to Love and Kill (1979)

Country: United Kingdom Director: Lindsay Shonteff Starring: Gareth Hunt, Fiona Curzon, Nick Tate, Geoffrey Keen, Gary Hope Music: Simon Bell AKA: The Man From S.E.X. With the passing of Gareth Hunt last week, I thought it fitting to review No. 1: Licensed To Love And Kill, although it’s probably not the way he’d want to […]

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