Missile X – Geheimauftrag Neutronenbombe

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Missile X - Geheimauftrag Neutronenbombe
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Produced by Ika Panajotovic
Written by Clarke Reynolds
Elio Romano
Starring Peter Graves
Curd Jürgens
Michael Dante
John Carradine
Music by Alberto Baldan
Cinematography Claudio Catozzo
Edited by Antonio Jimeno
Release date
Running time
97 min.
Country United States
West Germany
Language English

Missile X – Geheimauftrag Neutronenbombe is a 1978 German/Italian/Spanish international co-production Eurospyadventure film directed by Leslie H. Martinson. It stars Peter Graves and Curd Jürgens.[1] The translated title is Missile X: The Neutron Bomb Incident. It is also known in the USA as Teheran Incident. It was released on home video in the early 1980s as Cruise Missile. Most of the movie was filmed on location in and around Tehran, Iran in 1978 before the Iranian Revolution overthrew Iran's Shah.


The story concerns an experimental nuclear cruise missile which is stolen from a Soviet military site in the USSR. An international terrorist group, under the command of a European power-crazed man known only as the Baron is responsible. The Baron plots to use the stolen Soviet missile to destroy an international peace conference in one week located on an island in the Persian Gulf. When the U.S. counsul to Iran is murdered by the Baron's henchmen, Alec Franklin, a US intelligence agent, is ordered to travel to Iran to take over as counsul as well as investigate the murder. Upon arrival in Tehran, Alec is followed by two of the Baron's henchmen who attempt to kill him, but Alec manages to escape.

Alec then travels from Tehran to Abadan where he meets Kronstein, a Russian intelligence agent who is in Iran searching for leads to locate the missing cruise missile, which leads to Alec and Konstantine joining forces along with Galina, another Russian agent, and Leila, an undercover Iranian policewoman, to investigate the Baron in order to find the location to where the cruise missile is being kept before it is used to start World War III.


On June 2, 2017, Rifftrax released an edited 84 minute version of the film with comedy commentary by Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett as a VOD.[2]


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