In Like Flint (1967)




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In the sequel to Our Man Flint, secret agent James Coburn wages war on a female secret society that is plotting world domination.
Action & Adventure , Classics , Comedy , Mystery & Suspense
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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

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James Coburn
as Derek Flint
Jean Hale
as Lisa
Lee J. Cobb
as Lloyd C. Cramden
Anna Lee
as Elisabeth
Andrew Duggan
as President Trent
Hanna Landy
as Helena
Totty Ames
as Claire
Steve Ihnat
as Carter
Jacki Ray
as Denise
Herb Edelman
as Russian Premier
Yvonne Craig
as Natasha, the Ballerina
Buzz Henry
as Austin
Henry Wills
as Cooper
W.P. Lear Sr.
as Bill Lear
Ginny Gan
as Amazon
Eve Bruce
as Amazon
Inge Jaklyn
as Amazon
Inga Neilsen
as Amazon
Pat Becker
as Salon Client
Lyzanne La Due
as Salon Client
Nancy Stone
as Salon Client
John Lodge
as Russian Agent
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Critic Reviews for In Like Flint

All Critics (16) | Top Critics (1)

It's a shame that In Like Flint plays as such a defensive reaction to on-the-rise American most other respects, it's a worthy-enough sequel to Our Man Flint. [Blu-ray]

Full Review… | February 20, 2013
Groucho Reviews

...tries to top its predecessor by sending übermensch Derek Flint to Moscow, outer space, and the Isle of Uppity Brassiere Models ... sloppy pacing, shoddy production values, and Lee J. Cobb looking like he's planning a stern call to his agent.

Full Review… | April 8, 2006

Until Austin Powers, this was the best of the spy spoofs.

March 20, 2005
Movie Metropolis

The Flint series was the best spoof of the Bond flicks

November 17, 2004
Atlantic City Weekly

Generally pleasant, campy sequel.

September 3, 2003
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Great spy spoof. Coburn is engaging with good humor.

July 24, 2003

Audience Reviews for In Like Flint

Awesome, super spy and Man of Mystery joins forces with an army of super-hot, '60s, bikini-clad women (who plan to take over the world with a brain-washing hairdrier) to foil a diabolical plot to take over/destroy the world. Yeah ... who wouldn't like this movie? The movie was almost as good as the Austin Powers spoofs of the Super Spy.

Eugene Stewart
Eugene Stewart

Not funny, not even worthy of the term spoof. This is just horrid plot, horrid script, horrid waste of Coburn and Lee J. Cobb. These guys simply whored themselves making this abortion. [img][/img] SEE the trailer (and cringe): Ordinarily, all my guests at Cafe Americain know I do not review rottens. But in this case, I will make an exception. Don't waste any of your time on this more than embarressing, pityful film. It isn't even worth seeing for the costumes. [img][/img] IF ever there was a get rich film made to mock and simply ride the coat tails of a good idea, In Like Flint is that horribly crap attempt to do so. Pure exploitation of the James Bond concept if there ever was one. Of course, many other soiled attempts at spoof or otherwise were made off the fame and immense popularity of the Bond series. [img][/img] In summation, In Like Flint is a waste of electricity. A male chauvinist fantasy flick that is so over-the-top it is embarressing to watch even knowing full well it is being a Bond spoofer. [img][/img] NOTES: 1 In Like Flint is a 1967 film directed by Gordon Douglas, the sequel to the parody spy film Our Man Flint (1966). It posits an international feminist conspiracy to depose the ruling American patriarchy with a feminist matriarchy. 2 In Like Flint was the last film made in CinemaScope. The title is a play on the phrase "in like Flynn". [img][/img] 3 In the movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, the main character Austin Powers (while being on honeymoon with his new wife Vanessa Kensington) switches on the TV to a scene from In Like Flint. He mentions to Vanessa that it is his favorite movie. [img][/img] REVIEWS: 1 In Like Flint received mixed reviews when released in 1967; a New York Times critic said: "Although the film crawls with dime-store beauties, there is a noticeable lack of sexiness in it." 2 Roger Ebert had similar criticisms: "The sexiest thing in the new Derek Flint misadventure, In Like Flint, is Flint's cigarette lighter, which is supposed to know eighty-two tricks, but actually delivers only five, of which, one is the not extraordinary ability to clip Lee J. Cobb's moustache". [img][/img] CAST James Coburn as Derek Flint [img][/img] Lee J. Cobb as Lloyd Cramden Jean Hale as Lisa Andrew Duggan as U.S. President Trent Anna Lee as Elisabeth Hanna Landy as Helena Totty Ames as Simone Steve Ihnat as General Carter Thomas Hasson as Lieutenant Avery Herb Edelman as Russian Premier Yvonne Craig as Natasha Jennifer Gan as Amazon [img][/img] Directed by Gordon Douglas Produced by Saul David Written by Hal Fimberg Music by Jerry Goldsmith Cinematography William H. Daniels, ASC Distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Release date(s) March 15, 1967 (U.S. release) Running time 99 minutes [img][/img]

monsieur rick
monsieur rick

This is the second of James Coburn's Flint movies. It's the better of the two. It's also the best spoof of 007. There are more good looking women. The plot is making fun of the women's lib movement that was brand new in 1967. There is a reference to the Batman TV show and a prediction of an actor becoming President of the United States. Ronald Reagan had just been elected Governor of California when this movie was made. I first saw this movie on TV. It's a fun movie with a 1960's vibe to it. Coburn also tries to do a lot of Kung Fu moves. He was being trained by Bruce Lee.

Donald White
Donald White

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