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After the success of the James Bond films, Dean Martin swung his way onto the big screen as super-cool secret agent Matt Helm in these popular lighthearted spy thrillers. The first film in the series, “The Silencers” (1966), finds Martin and klutzy assistant Stella Stevens saving America’s nuclear arsenal from Asian mastermind Victor Buono. With Daliah Lavi, Roger C. Carmel, and Beverly Adams. Next, when criminal kingpin Karl Malden threatens to destroy Washington with a hijacked “helio-beam,” it’s up to ICE agent Helm to stop him, in the fast-paced “Murderers’ Row” (1966), also starring Ann-Margret, James Gregory, and Dino, Desi & Billy. Then, the ace spy and lady-killer goes to Mexico with a gorgeous female scientist to track down a mysterious flying saucer, in “The Ambushers” (1967). With Janice Rule, Senta Berger. And the final film, “The Wrecking Crew” (1969), sees him teaming up with sexy sidekick Sharon Tate to find the criminal genius behind a billion-dollar gold hijacking. With Nigel Green, Elke Sommer, Nancy Kwan

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One Response to “The unbelievable ELKE SOMMER & SHARON TATE in THE WRECKING CREW (1969)”

  • JayH7745:

    Matt Helm is an ugly guy? Are you trying to say that Dean Martin is ugly? A lotta women and men would fight ya on that one! Me included! All four Matt Helm movies were parody’s of Bond movies! The fight scenes were silly? Chuck Norris makes his film debut in a small role, Bruce Lee is credited with being the film’s karate adviser / choreographer for the fight scenes. World Karate and Kickboxing Champion Joe Lewis and American Kenpo Founder Ed Parker both had fight scenes with Dean Martin. FYI

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