The Last Of The Secret Agents?

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Two tourists, portrayed by the comic duo Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, are talked into working for the good guys to keep art thieves from stealing the Venus di Milo at the London World Fair. Minor entry in the comic spy category.


Steve Rossi
as Steve Donovan
Marty Allen
as Marty Johnson
Nancy Sinatra
as Micheline
Lou Jacobi
as Papa Leo
John Williams (II)
as J. Frederick Duval
as Baby May Zoftig
Theodore Marcuse
as Zoltan Schubach
Connie Sawyer
as Florence
Ben Lessy
as Harry
Aida Fries
as Belly Dancer
Madge Blake
as Middle-Aged Lady
Harvey Korman
as German Colonel
Sig Rumann
as Prof. Werner Von Koenig
Thordis I. Brandt
as Fred Johnson
Don Keefer
as Over-Vain Spy
Philip Sascombe
as Englishman
Paul Daniel
as Milkman
Ed Sullivan
as Himself
Eddy Donno
as Slate Boy
Scott Elliott
as Distinguished Englishman
Mark G. Baker
as Wardrobe Man
Hoke Howell
as Man in Adolph Hitler Uniform
Allen Jung
as Kurawa from Japan
Chester Hayes
as Organ Grinder
Kathy Martin
as Duval's Companion
Tommy H. Lee
as Montgomery
Joe Devlin
as Waiter
Susan Jean
as Girl Spy
John Sterling
as 2nd Story Man
Matty Jordan
as Italian Man
William Yip
as Chinese Man
Victoria Carroll
as Female Approaching Umbrella
Kay Hughes
as Book Ends
Alain Mehrez
as French Boy
Mike de Anda
as Robust Frenchman
Robert Goodwin
as Ngumba Nurumbru
Phyllis Davis
as Beautiful Girl
George Dega
as Boris Tulchinsky
Ray Dannis
as Man on TV
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  • There's a good deal of frantic activity as Marty Allen and Steve Rossi attempt] slapstick that never comes off, satire that's merely dull and a story about secret agents and international art thefts that never generates any interest.

    Apr 4, 2019 | Full Review…

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