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Operation: 00-0ddBalls!

Swinging, Singing, and Swanky Super-Agents go all out in these Off the Wall Spy-Flicks.

 
       
       
 

The Last of the Secret Agents?

When you think of the borsht-belt duo of Allen & Rossi, the subtle, suave and debonair skills of a super-spy really don't spring to mind. Splutter, maybe. But not spring. Basically, picture Joe Besser, with Larry Fine's wild hairdo, and Marty Feldman's googley eyes, and then team him up with carbon-copy of Dean Martin from a vintage copier that's low on toner and you'll have a pretty good mental picture of our dynamic duo...

 
       
 

Danger: Diabolik!

Admittedly, this film barely qualifies for Operation: 00-OddBalls as our hero is the villain. So why is it here? Well, I could go on about how it sorta qualifies, about how this anti-hero sticks it to other criminal organizations, or point out your perspective bias, saying how perfect a Bond villain Diabolik would be, and what's so wrong about looking at these things from Dr. Evil or Blowfeld's angle...

 
       
 

The Ambushers

The third of four Matt Helm spy films starring the preternaturally-loose, turtle-neck-clad Dean Martin, this movie is best seen while in a state of relaxation just short of coma. Donít expect its 101 minutes to make much sense, for the location footage to match the sound stage shots or for anyone involved to try particularly hard. For not trying hard was Dean Martinís prime charm, after all. If it bothers you, have another drink fer Christís sake. Itís what Dino would do...

 
       
 

Our Man Flint

Let's clear something up first. If the world's in trouble, and it were up to me to decide who gets to save it? There's no question, in my mind, who we needed to save us all. Forget 007, I'm calling Derek Flint. This jet-setting playboy and doer of good deeds was a true Renaissance man. He's smart, tough, lethally effective -- and Hugh Hefner's wet dream...

 
       
 

Casino Royale

And our super-secret final feature is ... Casino Royale -- vintage 1954, which was the very first 007 feature ever put to film, starring Barry Nelson and his Marine buzzcut as the very American card-shark cum super-spy, Jimmy Bond. Honest. And we'll be getting to the how and the why in a bit, but, for now, Live! From Television City, in Hollywood, it's time for Climax! Mystery Theater!...