Category Archives: Crime-Mystery-Spy

The Body In Central Park (Murderers Club Of Brooklyn) (1967)

Fifth movie in the eight picture German series about FBI agent Jerry Cotton. This is a pretty decent B movie about a gang of blackmailers and murderers. Jerry (George Nader) is invited to a party by the rich Mr.Dyers. Agent … Continue reading

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Kiss The Girls And Make Them Die (1966)

One of my favorite comedies. A great spoof on James Bond and friends. You’ll see traces of “Dr.No” and “Moonraker.” It’s all done without slapstick or any kind of manic, over the top frenzied acting. This is total fun. The … Continue reading

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003 Secret Agent:Operation Atlantis (1965)

This had to be intended as a send up of spy movies. If not it’s just disorganized mindless stupidity. At any rate, I had fun with it because it was so dumb. John Ericson is a secret agent (I guess) … Continue reading

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The File Of The Golden Goose (1969)

A lost gem that grabs your attention and won’t let go. Yul Brynner is just great as a hard nosed American Treasury agent out to bring down a counterfeit ring based in London. Don’t miss this one. A gang is … Continue reading

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Assignment K (1968)

Dull spy movie about an agent who runs his own operation independent of the British government. He has to answer to an official known as K but he still maintains that his group is secret and refuses to divulge their … Continue reading

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Tread Softly Stranger (1958)

Good one with Diana Dors slinking her way through the story of two brothers who get involved in a robbery. Of course it all goes wrong. There’s a title song that is beyond horrible but thankfully disappears after a while. … Continue reading

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The Naked Street (1955)

Anthony Quinn makes a great gangster in this must see movie for crime fans. He’s a Brooklyn hood who has it all his own way until a reporter (Peter Graves) gets out his trusty typewriter. Anne Bancroft is very good … Continue reading

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