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The two main spoof films which drew unashamedly and directly from the 'real' Bond were Casino Royale, arguably a 'Bond' film in it's own right, although treated with somewhat comedic direction, and an Italian production, curiously starring Sean Connery's brother, called variously 'Operation Kid Brother' and 'OK Connery'. Various other 'super' secret agents saved the world on both the large and small screens during the Sixties, to a greater or lesser believable extent, but drew less directly on the James Bond stories than these. With the nature of these types of film, you will find even more Bond look-alike movies listed in my Sixties Science Fiction Films pages, some of which I've listed further below.

Anne Francis 'Honey West'

Roger Moore 'The Saint'

Steve Forrest 'The Baron'

Patrick McGoohan 'Danger Man'

Strangely, the creation which probably came closer than a lot of these in character, and which Roger Moore very successfully transferred to his portrayal of 007 in later Bond films, wasn't a secret agent at all but a modern-day Robin Hood type adventurer - The Saint - created by Leslie Charteris. 'The Baron' ( Steve Forrest ) was another TV independent buccaneer in the same mould. More of a true 'secret agent' was Patrick McGoohan as 'Danger Man'.



Neil Connery
Daniela Bianchi
Adolfo Celi

Agata Flori
Bernard Lee
Anthony Dawson
Lois Maxwell
Yachuco Yama
Guido Lollobrigida
Franco Giacobini
Nando Angelini
Mario Soria
Ana Marie Noe
Franco Ceccarelli
Aldo Cecconi
Antonio Gradoli
Mirella Pamphili
Leo Scavini

Operation Kid Brother    1967

OK Connery' 'Operation Double 007' 'Secret Agent 00'

Produzione D.S.           
Directed by Alberto De Martino

A Bond spoof film, the best of several Italian attempts, which interestingly contains many genuine 'Bond' artists. The evil crime organisation Thanatos is planning to take over the world using a magnetic field generator that will stop all metal machinery. The top secret agent is not available so his civilian brother, Neil ( played by Sean's brother Neil Connery ), is pressed into service to save us. Multi-skilled in plastic surgery, lip-reading and hypnotism he finds his talents come in conveniently handy.

     Ian Fleming                                       


I Spy
( TV series starring Bill Cosby and Robert Culp )

Mission Impossible ( TV series starring Peter Graves and his team of specialists including Leonard Nimoy )

The Avengers ( TV series starring Patrick Macnee / Honor Blackman / Diana Rigg / Linda Thorson )

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. ( TV series starring Robert Vaughn and David McCallum )
( See Man From U.N.C.L.E. pages )

The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. ( TV series starring Stephanie Powers and Noel Harrison ) ( See Man From U.N.C.L.E. pages )


Licensed To Kill

Where The Bullets Fly
Charles Vine - Tom Adams - Two feature films from Golden Era starred Tom Adams as Bond-style counter-spy Charles Vine.

Licensed To Kill ( 97 mins )
Directed by Lindsay Shonteff and produced by Estelle E. Richmond, involved him in the protection of a 'suspect' Swedish scientist.
Supporting cast were Karel Stepanek, Veronica Hurst, Peter Bull, John Arnatt, Francis deWolff, Felix Felton, George Pastell, Judy Huxtable, Gary Hope, Denis Holmes, Billy Milton and Carole Blake.

Where The Bullets Fly
( 90 mins )
Directed by John Gilling and produced by James Ward, had him pitted against super-enemy 'The Angel', messing up his plans to steal a secret nuclear powered aircraft and its fuel formula. Support in this movie came from Sidney James, Joe Baker, Michael Ripper, Ronald Leigh-Hunt, Maurice Browning, Bryan Mosley, Heidi Erich, Maggie Kimberley, Sue Donovan, Patrick Jordan, James Ellis, Tony Alpino, Gary Marsh, Peter Ducrow, John Horsley, Joe Ritchie, David Gregory, Dawn Addams, Wilfred Brambell, Tim Barrett, John Arnott, Marcus Hammond, Michael Ward, Terence Sewards, Suzan Farmer, Julie Martin, Tom Bowman, Gerard Heinz, Charles Houston, Michael Balfour, Michael Cox, Barbara French, Michael Goldie, John Watson and Roy Stephens.

Film starring Raquel Welch

Matt Helm
A series of four movies starring Dean Martin - The Silencers, Murderer's Row, The Ambushers and The Wrecking Crew
Harry Palmer
British agent played by Michael Caine in three movies: The Ipcress File, Funeral In Berlin and Billion Dollar Brain

Our Man Flint
James Coburn, who also starred in it's 1967 sequel In Like Flint and
The President's Analyst
Modesty Blaise
Film starring Monica Vitti and Terence Stamp

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