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Adapted from a short-lived comic strip, this British sexploitation comedy makes the Robin Askwith Confession films look like the works of Sergei Eisenstien. Told in flashback, the film has Robin Hawdon as the unlikely spy who foils an invasion of the Earth by a race of alien superwomen led by Dawn Addams. Michael Cort directs the yawn-inducing titillation and soft-core romping with all the style of a 1970s cinema commercial for a local curry house. The most surprising thing is how he managed to lure comedy legends James Robertson-Justice and Charles Hawtrey into agreeing to appear in such a mess. Put it down as a bad day at the office too for cult horror producer Tony Tenser, responsible for among others the classic Witchfinder General.
|James Word||Robin Hawdon|
|Ann Olsen||Yutte Stensgaard|
|Major Bourdon||James Robertson-Justice|