Secret Agent Super Dragon

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Secret Agent Super Dragon
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Directed by Giorgio Ferroni (as Calvin Jackson Padget)
Produced by Roberto Amoroso
Written by Giorgio Ferroni (as Calvin Jackson Padget)
Remigio Del Grosso
Bill Coleman
Mike Mitchell
Starring Ray Danton
Marisa Mell
Music by Benedetto Ghiglia
Cinematography Antonio Secchi
Edited by Antonietta Zita (as Rosemary Ware)
Distributed by United Screen Arts (USA)
Release date(s) 1966
Running time 100 minutes
Country Italy

Secret Agent Super Dragon (also known as New York chiama Superdrago, which translates as New York calls Superdragon) is a 1966 French, Spanish and Italian international co-production Eurospy spy film, directed by Giorgio Ferroni and starring Ray Danton as the titular secret agent. The film was later mocked and riffed on Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K). Filmed in Amsterdam but set in Michigan, the film was released in the United States by United Screen Arts, a company created by actor Dale Robertson.[1]

Plot synopsis[edit]

The plot centers on a secret agent and an evil organization that is drugging people for world domination. After his colleague is killed, the eponymous Secret Agent Super Dragon comes out of retirement to investigate. The main character discovers that the culprits in this crime are actually part of an international crime syndicate, and that they are smuggling the drugs in imported vases.

Cast[edit]

DVD releases[edit]

  • The MST3K version of the film has been released by Rhino Home Video as part of the Collection, Volume 12 box set.

References[edit]

  1. ^ p.34 Billboard 21 Aug 1965

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