A Man Could Get Killed (Welcome, Mr. Beddoes) (1966)





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This spy spoof chronicles the misadventures of a Yankee businessman who visits Lisbon and gets mistaken for a notorious British operative. The hit song "Strangers in the Night" was introduced in this film.
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Mystery & Suspense
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Melina Mercouri
as Aurora/Celeste da Costa
James Garner
as William Beddoes
Sandra Dee
as Amy Franklin
Anthony Franciosa
as Steve/Antonio
Robert Coote
as Hatton/Jones
Roland Culver
as Dr. Mathieson
Cecil Parker
as Sir Huntley Frazier
Dulcie Gray
as Mrs. Mathieson
Martin Benson
as Politanu
Niall MacGinnis
as Ship's Captain
Virgilio Teixeira
as Inspector Rodrigues
Isabel Dean
as Miss Bannister
Conrad Anderson
as Heinrich
Ann Firbank
as Miss Nolan
Nora Swinburne
as Lady Frazier
Jenny Agutter
as Linda Frazier
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Breezy spy spoof with beautiful locations and a terrific cast. It's low profile is a bit baffling considering those actors and the fact that it produced the huge hit Strangers in the Night.

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