Agente 077 missione Bloody Mary

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Agente 077 missione Bloody Mary movie poster .

Movie (1965)
English titles: Agent 077 - Mission Bloody Mary / Mission Bloody Mary

Starring:
Ken Clark (Dick Malloy)
Helga Liné (Dr. Elsa Freeman)
Mitsouko (Kuan)
Silvana Jachino (Juanita)
Philippe Hersent (Heston - CIA Chief)
Umberto Raho (Prof. Betz)

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The first Euro-spy of 3 that Ken Clark as Agent 077 starred in the 60's. Mission Bloody Mary is the search and destroy mission to retrieve a Nuclear Bomb from a radical crime syndicate called the Black Lily. The European answer to the Bond films in the 60s makes this title a must see for spy enthusiasts, cool gadgets, beautiful women, exotic locations, with smart criminal masterminds, WOW!

Also from this series:

Agente 077 dall'oriente con furore

Boeing 707-331B

Registration N776TW, c/n 18408/326 built in 1962. At Aéroport de Paris-Orly.
In 1969, this aircraft would be involved in TWA Flight 840, during which it was hijacked and its nose was destroyed. Rebuilt, the aircraft has had a second life as N28714.

Reg. N776TW Boeing 707-331B of TWA-Trans World Airlines.


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