...Or perhaps the other way around. The two 21st-Century OSS 117 films, that is, of which I've seen about 2/3 of the most recent. It's a note-perfect '60s spy flick -- and a very funny parody thereof, even reading subtitles. Best bit so far? Possibly the CIA agent who speaks French with a dreadfully accurate American accent.
I was hoping to find the older, serious films on Amazon, settled for the spoof instead. Truly, he and Archer are long-lost brothers.
BUILDING A 1:1 BALUN
3 years ago
Kewl..... a movie to watch as I cook this morning. Thank you! Fits my mood perfectly.
I predict you will like the Mossad agent. :)
YOU MIGHT LIKE " THE THIRD MAN " AS AN
OLDER AND MORE SERIOUS FILM IN BEAUTIFUL
BLACK AND WHITE DAVID LEAN DIRECTED
ORSEN WELLES AND JOSEPH COTTEN POST VE- DAY BACKGROUNDS PRE MARSHALL PLAN
HAUNTING ZITHER MUSIC OUTSTANDING
WATCH OUT FOR WELLES KOO-KOO CLOCK SPEECH ALSO CHECK OUT THE ORDNANCE
AND OLD VEHICLES
I just watched Cairo, Nest of Spies. My wife is humor impaired. She didn't think it was as funny as I thought it was.
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