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Code Name: Jaguar (1965)

Corrida pour un espion (original title)
A super spy Jeff Larson is assigned to a mission that has him trying to discover the whereabouts of a new Russian spy device that is at present costing his organization a good deal of precious information to leak into the wrong hands.

Director:

Maurice Labro

Writers:

Claude Rank (novel), Claude Rank (scenario) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Ray Danton ... Jeff Larson
Pascale Petit ... Pilar Perez
Conrado San Martín ... Cdt Luis Moreno
Roger Hanin ... Robert 'Bob' Stuart
Manuel Gil ... Clark
Horst Frank ... Karl
Charles Regnier Charles Regnier ... Simon Walter
Wolfgang Preiss ... Captain Parker
Carl Lange ... Vassili Golochenko
Helga Sommerfeld ... Lina Calderon
Grit Boettcher ... Saskia (as Grit Böttcher)
Helga Lehner ... Zimmermädchen
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A super spy Jeff Larson is assigned to a mission that has him trying to discover the whereabouts of a new Russian spy device that is at present costing his organization a good deal of precious information to leak into the wrong hands.

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Country:

Spain | France | West Germany

Language:

French

Release Date:

17 September 1965 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Code Name: Jaguar See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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OK but unexceptional spy fare
2 September 2010 | by gridoon2019See all my reviews

"Code Name: Jaguar" is a lot like its lead: it gets the job done, but doesn't stand out in the crowd. Ray Danton is athletic enough to play a superspy, but he doesn't have the flair of some of his competitors in the field. Roger Hanin is much better here as a sidekick to Jaguar than as agent Tiger in his two Chabrol-directed spy flicks. Pascale Petit (Code Name: Kitten!) and Helga Sommerfeld are gorgeous; their (verbal) antagonism for Jaguar's affections is very funny; Petit's character seems to be trained in judo, but she barely gets to use it - a damn shame! None of the other characters stand out particularly, and the same goes for the action sequences, which are, however, adequate. And that's probably the right word for this entire film: adequate. ** out of 4.


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