The Karate Killers (1967)

The Karate Killers


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The Man from UNCLE comes to the big screen in this spy thriller comprised of episodes from the popular television series. The story centers around the attempts of evil THRUSH operatives who endeavor to abduct a professor who has developed a formula for turning salt water into gold.

Rating: PG
Genre: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Norman Hudis
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as Napoleon Solo

as Illya Kuryakin

as Amanda True

as Randolph

as Count de Franzini

as Constable

as Sandy True

as Margo True

as Imogen True

as Alexander Waverly

as Carl von Kesser

as Yvonne True

as Reikko

as Dr. True

as Sazami Kyushu

as Police Inspector

as Show Girl

as Leading Scientist

as Hotel Clerk

as Chief Fireman

as U.N.C.L.E. Girl

as UNCLE Girl

as Stewardess

as Technician

as Engineer

as The Karate Killer

as The Karate Killer

as The Karate Killer

as The Karate Killer
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For those of you who may not remember the classic television espionage series "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."(which ran on NBC-TV from 1964 until 1968)starring Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo and David McCallum as Illya Kurkayim was one of the biggest hits of the 1960's. However,there were seven U.N.C.L.E movies that were released theatrically in the United States(some of these movies were in fact composed of two-parter episodes of the TV series that MGM released in theatres)and "The Karate Killers" was one of them. This was originally based as a two-part episode of the television series,which MGM however took the episodes and released them in the theatres,which proved to be successful with additional footage added that was not seen in the episode version that was shown on television. By the way,this theatrical version was based on a episode that was in Season 3 of UNCLE(which was to some of its biggest fans was the worst entry in the series---seasons 1 and 2 were good,but season 3 was the worst,while the final season made up for the stupidity that was in the last season)
What was made up in plot,was taken over by plenty of action scenes with Robert Vaughn and David MacCallum taking out the baddies of THRUSH!!!

Mister Caple

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