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Secret Agent, Super Dragon 2007

NR

(1966) Ray Danton, Margaret Lee, Marisa Mell, Jess Hahn. When an old pal is murdered, secret agent Danton investigates the case. Poisoned chewing gum is one of the clues that lead him to an international crime cartel. *This video has been manufactured from the best quality video master currently available; audio or image quality may vary.*

Starring:
Ray Danton, Marisa Mell
Runtime:
1 hour, 38 minutes

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[SECRET AGENT SUPER DRAGON - (1966) - Directed by Calvin J. Padgett] Ray Danton stars as retired agent 'Super Dragon' and is reluctantly recruited for a final mission by the lovely Margaret Lee in this superior Eurospy entry that entertains without the usual downtime associated with this genre of film. Danton is one of the better Bond-like impersonators - he's in top physical shape and performs his fighting scenes and stunts admirably, without the obvious doubles used in most spy flicks. He's cocky, capable and competent in his role, which improves the overall film nicely. More action than talk-fest (I recently watched 'Master Stroke', another Eurospy film with Margaret Lee and Adolfo Celi, and found myself daydreaming during the incessant dialogue delivered in lieu of any real action sequences).

Adding additional adornment and eye candy are a bevy of comely Eurobabes - the luscious Marisa Mell ('Danger: Diabolik'), Solvi Stubing and Adriana Ambesi round out the curves in delectable 60's fashions and flesh for flights of fantasy. Action, adventure, foreign agents, exotic locales, beautiful femme fatales, poisoned chewing gum and some comedic moments insure this film shouldn't fall under your radar as a spyfreak, and Sinister Cinema delivers a decent (though in no way pristine) print with decent colors and contrast. Your assignment, should you decide to accept it - watch this film and enjoy yourself.
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In 1964 when "Goldfinger" was a hit with my classmates, I was 11 years old. That's very young for all the boys in Sacred Heart School to be reading Ian Fleming. I read all the Honey West novels and secretly preferred "The Girl from U.N.C.L.E." to the "Man from U.N.C.L.E." when the television series came out. But that goes to show the whole James Bond idea was basically juvenile as the James Bond doll that was manufactured was one of the first action figures. 1966's "Secret Agent, Super Dragon" starred Ray Danton in a Euro-spy imitation of Bond that pales to the brilliant Richard Harrison starring "Master Stroke" from 1967. Harrison also made "Secret Agent Fireball" and "Ring Around the World" which were excellent. He was also better than "Kommissar X" was to be played by Tony Kendall in a series that also rivaled Bond made by a German director if I am not mistaken. "Secret Agent, Super Dragon" out Bonded Bond with many gadgets and had its fair share of beautiful willing women and strong villains who wanted world domination by psychotropic drugs. While a complaint of "Master Stroke" was that it was talky in comparison to "Secret Agent, Super Dragon," at least it was more mature. No offense, I had been a weird kid. And the "beautiful color" as described in the blurb on amazon, was faded in the print used by Sinister Cinema and again there were splices and gaps where even important clues to the plot were obliterated or unheard. "Master Stroke" was faded, but in better shape overall, but for some reason is no longer available as a DVD-R from amazon at regular prices, but, at last checking, it was available on Sinister Cinema's website slightly more expensive than amazon had made their product available, but nowhere near as expensive as it is selling on amazon as a "used" item.Read more ›
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This movie is fairly mediocre despite a great female cast, a capable lead, and a goofy but ok sidekick. Decent villain. The plot is kind of ridiculous though, chewing gum that makes the kids go crazy? It's sort of like a spy version of Reefer Madness.

Still not sure what the New York in "New York Chiama Superdragon" has anything to do with, either - the only real named location is Amsterdam.

I give it two stars for not being a waste of time, but it's not on the level of Master Stroke, nor does it contain as memorable a character as Lady Chaplin.

Print is mostly acceptable, not fantastic. There is a scene with a text reveal that is impossible to read due to contrast and color fading issues. Other than that and a few scratches it's OK.

Thanks to Sinister as always for putting this one out.
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absolutely garbage picture quality poor story uninteresting not my idea of a secret agent fights for want of a better word are poorly choreographed and two of them are in the dark so you can hardly se what is going on although im not sure if that is a good thing james bond inspired many spin off movies this is not one of the best
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"Secret Agent, Super Dragon" saw itself as competition for Bond 50: The Complete 22 Film Collection [Blu-ray].... a handsome, hairy-chested, frequently shirtless Super Dragon (Ray Danton) woos the ladies... but action hero? Not really. He's out to save the world from hallucinogenic-laced chewing gum that has led to chaos among teenagers in... Fremont, Michigan(!!!) There are secret agent mystery devices, like a bulletproof vest and a tape recorder.. but the movie doesn't have the thrills of James Bond. Surprisingly, there's A LOT of dialogue. Super Dragon spends more time talking up the ladies than having action with the ladies. To quote Elvis,"A little less talk and a little more action."

The Mystery Science Theater 3000: Secret Agent Super Dragon version is MUCH superior, simply because it's MST3K. Joel and the 'bots save this boring movie from itself.
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