Without a doubt, there's a mole in the secret Intelligence and Counter Espionage agency. Right after the successful launch of the first state-of-the-art USAF flying saucer, the powerful tractor beam of a nefarious criminal organisation forces the experimental vessel to crash-land in the lush Central-American jungles. As a result, having no recollection of the mysterious incident, the amnesiac test pilot, Sheila Sommers, will have to join forces with the spy extraordinaire and suave photographer, Matt Helm, and travel to sun-kissed Acapulco to shed light on this thorny case. Nevertheless, their luxurious Mexican resort is rife with deadly traps and crafty double-agents, bent on stopping the prying intruders. Will Matt and Sheila unearth the dangerous conspiracy? Can they retrieve the top-secret spacecraft?
See those fabulous SLAYGIRLS in ACAPULCO...dressed to kill by CASSINI!
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Matt pulls his car off the road, pulls a lever resulting in a large inflatable tent. He unzips the flap and looking inside there's a circular bed, bedside table and fridge. He ushers Sheila in and follows. The inflatable items are now solid and in addition there are 2 chairs and there's a radio on the table. Cut to when they're in bed, which is now against one of the walls, they
have proper pillows and the gold coloured cover is now a green blanket- when it was earlier seen in the car boot it was black or dark blue and by freeze framing it can be seen that thee are now magazines, a phone and a camera on the table. See more
[I.C.E. agents are receiving instruction on the latest equipment
[holding ray gun
This little gadget here dissolves metal electronically. Easy to conceal, extremely effective in times of danger.
[She points the gun and dissolves the belt buckle off a clothed mannequin. His pants fall to the ground
First female student
That's when the danger usually starts!
Second female student
I like my way better!
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Follows Murderers' Row
Lyrics by Herbert Baker
Music by Hugo Montenegro
Sung by Tommy Boyce
and Bobby Hart
Courtesy of A&M Records See more