Our Man Flint

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"The ORIGINAL man of mystery!"
  • Approved
  • 1966
  • 1 hr 48 min
  • 6.4  (7,020)

Our Man Flint is a 1966 spy film directed by Daniel Mann and starring James Coburn as Derek Flint, a suave American spy who is called in to save the world from an evil mastermind. Gila Golan plays Gila, a beautiful Russian ballerina and spy whom Flint is assigned to work with. The film opens with a series of strange weather phenomena occurring around the world, including a sudden heat wave in Siberia and a tornado in Texas. The US government is initially puzzled by these events, but soon realizes that they are all part of a sinister plot by a group of exiled scientists known as the Galaxy Organization. Led by the megalomaniacal Dr. Krupov (played by Lee J. Cobb), the Galaxy Organization plans to use a series of satellites to create a new, perfect world order.

To stop Krupov and his minions, the government turns to Flint, a former top agent who has retired to a life of luxury in the French Riviera. With his superhuman physical and mental abilities (including the ability to speak dozens of languages fluently, perform martial arts acrobatics, and even play a mean game of chess), Flint is the only man who can take down the Galaxy Organization and save the world from destruction.

Flint initially refuses to help, but when he receives a package containing a clue to Krupov's whereabouts, he decides to take the case. He travels to Rome to meet with his old friend and contact at the US embassy, Lloyd C. Cramden (played by Edward Mulhare), and begins to put together a team of experts to help him.

One by one, Flint recruits a group of skilled specialists, including a former F.B.I. agent, a computer expert, and even an ex-Nazi rocket scientist. With their help, Flint infiltrates Krupov's lair and engages in a series of daring missions, including a showdown with Krupov's henchmen on a deserted island and a high-stakes space mission to stop the Galaxy Organization's satellites from being launched.

Throughout the film, Flint is aided by Gila, the beautiful Russian ballerina and spy who becomes his romantic interest. She is also an accomplished fighter, and together she and Flint make a formidable team.

Our Man Flint is a tongue-in-cheek spy adventure that pokes fun at the James Bond films that were popular in the 1960s. Coburn's performance as Flint is charismatic and suave, and he delivers his lines with a dry wit that is both funny and charming. The film's action sequences are well-choreographed and exciting, and the special effects (including a scene in which Flint uses a miniature submarine to evade his enemies) are impressive for their time.

The film also features a memorable soundtrack, including the funky theme song "Our Man Flint" by Jerry Goldsmith, which has since become a cult classic.

Overall, Our Man Flint is a lighthearted and entertaining spy film that is sure to please fans of the genre. Its blend of action, humor, and romance make it a must-see for anyone who enjoys classic 1960s cinema.

Our Man Flint is a 1966 adventure movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 48 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.4.

Our Man Flint
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    6.4  (7,020)