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?
Matt Helm's Biggest and Boldest!
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Did You Know?
This film also marked the final time that Matt faced an agent from the Bureau of International Government and Order (a.k.a. BIG-O). See more
Throughout the entire film you can see the wires that are used to lift things and people up whenever the "anti-gravity ray" is used. This is especially obvious in the scenes where the saucer is brought down to the jungle and when Matt rescues Sheila from the runaway train wagon. See more
Just this morning I concluded an arrangement with an Oriental gentleman who's... name I cannot pronounce... for a rather large sum which happily I can pronounce.
Next in view, The Wrecking Crew See more
References The Guns of Navarone
Lyrics by Herbert Baker
Music by Hugo Montenegro
Sung by Tommy Boyce
and Bobby Hart
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