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Spies Espionage and Intrigue VIOLIN CASE MURDERS, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1965, aka OPERATION HURRICAN: FRIDAY NOON, Upgraded 12/9/22) George Nader, Heinz Weiss, Sylvia Pascal, Helga Schlack, Helmut Fornbacher, Philippe Guégan. This is the first Jerry Cotton movie and it's a pretty good one.  The producers were hoping that Cotton would have the same impact in West Germany that James Bond had in America and the UK.  Nader, whom we all remember from Robot Monster, was cast as Cotton, an FBI super secret agent.  In this first outing, Jerry’s after a gang of crooks who pose as a musical band as a front for their nefarious schemes.  They pull off numerous heists and eventually plan to blow up a school full of kids!  Jerry infiltrates the gang, cozying up to their gun moll boss and trying to find out what she knows. What’s in their violin cases?  You'll find out during the great opening title sequence.  The Cotton movies may not be on the same level as the 007 franchise, but they're all pretty good fun and the series was successful enough to last for eight outings  The series started in black and white, eventually turning to color by the fifth entry.  From 35mm.

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