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Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs
The Spy Came from the Semi-Cold / Two Mafia Guys from the FBI / Dr. Goldfoot and the Sex Bombs

Italy/USA 1966
produced by
Louis M.Heyward, Fulvio Lucisano, Samzel Z.Arkoff (executive), James H. Nicholson (executive) for Italian International Film, AIP
directed by Mario Bava
starring Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Vincent Price, Fabian, Francesco Mulé, Laura Antonelli, Moa Tahi, George Wang, Louis M. Heyward, Ennio Antonelli, Mario Bava
idea by Fulvio Lucisano, screenplay by Castellano e Pipolo (= Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia), dialogue by Franco Dal Cer, music by Coriolano Gori

Doctor Goldfoot, Franchi & Ingrassia

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Dr. Goldfoot (Vincent Price) is on the loose again, this time in Italy, where he sends girl bombs (seductive robots who blow up when kissing) after Nato generals, so Colonel Benson (Francesco Mulé) has his supercomputer find the best men to hunt him down - but unfortunately, Goldfoot maniplates the computer, and he comes up with incompetent secret agent wannabes Ciccio (Ingrassia) and Franco (Franchi) instead. Somehow, the two manage to track down Goldfoot anyways, with more than a little help from actual secret agent Bill Dexter (Fabian), manage to free his hostage Rosanna (Laurta Antonelli), even manage to defeat Ciccio's evil robot self, before the finale sees them chase Goldfoot and confederates through a amusement park, then go after him in an air balloon while Goldfoot flies a bomber jet to nuke Moscow. Of course, everything ends happily - but Franco and Cicio end up in Siberia nevertheless.

 

Weak sequel to the already overrated Dr Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine, and it's easy to spot everything that went wrong here: Basically the first film was already so formulaic a sequel couldn't add anything new to the story, then the comedy of Ciccio Ingassia and Franco Franchi is so silly and childish in this one it's close to annoying, their straight man Fabian seriously lacks in charisma, the chase scene in the finale is grossly underbudgeted, and director Mario Bava, a bona fide artist when it comes to horror and thrillers, simply is no comedy director.

Put all this together, and you come up with very little. At least Vincent Price seems to have fun repeating his role - but as much was to be expected.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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