Ill-fated attempt at creating a sort of amphibious counterpart to Modesty Blaise (whose own attempts at cinematic translation weren’t exactly well-fated to begin with) starring Raquel Welch as an undercover agent – under the cover, and that’s pushing it, of a startling lime green bikini – sent to recover an atomic device from those pesky commies. Unusually for an unashamed Hollywood star vehicle, it is lent some decidedly eccentric ‘Brit’ touches by the deployment of a brass-blaring Johnny Dankworth soundtrack and, somewhat more jarringly, by the presence of a very young Richard Briers as an unlikely ‘handsome’ male sidekick.
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What nobody ever mentions is that Elizabeth didn’t even have enough prize money to afford the mink coat, or indeed any of the other prizes, not that it stopped Nick going through his spiel anyway. Some intriguing clippage here last week and we’re always suckers for a bit of Smokers Wild, especially with Barry Cryer on hand to explain the value of a fag to a comedian. We’re looking forward to some more absolutely fascinating fare in this second part.
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