In Like Flint

"Very Good"

In Like Flint Review


Long before there was Austin Powers, James Coburn hammed it up as a spoof-tastic secret agent named Derek Flint. Whether he's filling in on the stage of a Russian ballet or dressing up like Fidel Castro while leading a "follow the bouncing ball" sing-along, his antics are always daring and often quite funny. In this second of two Flint films, Derek uncovers a plot to install a puppet regime in the U.S. government led by a gaggle of female spa owners in the Virgin Islands.


In Like Flint

Facts and Figures

Run time: 114 mins

In Theaters: Wednesday 15th March 1967

Distributed by: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 75%
Fresh: 12 Rotten: 4

IMDB: 6.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Gordon Douglas

Producer:

Starring: as Derek Flint, as Lloyd C. Cramden, as Lisa, as U.S. President Trent, as Elisabeth, as Helena, as Simone, as General Carter, Thomas Hasson as Lieutenant Avery, Mary Michael as Terry, Diane Bond as Jan, Jacki Ray as Denise, as Russian Premier, as Natasha, the Ballerina, Robert 'Buzz' Henry as Austin, Henry Wills as Cooper, John Lodge as Russian Agent, Mary Meade French as Hilda, Erin O'Brien as Amazon #1, Jennifer Gan as Amazon #2, Eve Bruce as Amazon #3, Inge Jaklyn as Amazon #4, Kay Farrington as Amazon #5, Thordis Brandt as Amazon #6, Inga Neilsen as Amazon #7, Marilyn Hanold as Amazon #8, Pat Becker as Lady Client #1 at Fabulous Face, Lyzanne La Due as Lady Client #2 at Fabulous Face, Nancy Stone as Lady Client #3 at Fabulous Face, W.P. Lear Sr. as Bill Lear, Rand Brooks as Missle Control Officer, Richard Bull as Newscaster, Jeff Burton as Secret Service Agent, John Daheim as Zowie Guard in Fabulous Face Gym, Dick Dial as Astronaut, Peter Hale as Lieutenant, Ivan Markota as Secret Service Man, Nelson Olmsted as Captain, Marianne Osborne as Soviet Agent, Lyn Peters as Technician, Pat Renella as Restaurant Proprietor, as Secret Service Man, Ray Weaver as Technician, Lou Whitehill as Secret Service Man

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