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Murderers' Row (1966) Poster

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This was originally intended to be shot on location but Dean Martin refused to travel to Europe.
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The large, white hovercraft appears to be a Saunders-Roe Nautical 6 (SR.N6). The smaller hovercraft appears to be the Britten-Norman "Cushioncraft" 5 (CC5). There was one CC5 built which capsized during tests off of Priory Bay.
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It was Karl Malden's idea to have his character speak in a different accent constantly. He thought it would be an amusing gimmick.
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In the discotheque scene, one of the band members (Dino) is Dean Paul Martin the son of Dean Martin. Another (Desi) is Desi Arnaz Jr..
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Unlike the novel, this takes a light-hearted, spoofy style with Dean Martin essentially playing himself. The Matt Helm of the novels is a much darker creation.
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Camilla Sparv was Michael Caine's girlfriend at the time.
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Sequel to The Silencers (1966) and the second of four Matt Helm movies to be made.
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Soon-Tek Oh's film debut.
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The 11th highest grossing film of 1966.
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Columbia rushed the film out into release as its big Christmas prospect Casino Royale (1967) was undergoing all sorts of trouble and delays.
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Released only 10 months after The Silencers (1966).
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Oscar Saul, who wrote the screenplay to The Silencers (1966), penned the first draft here but did not receive screen credit.
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Henry Levin was chosen as director following his modest Euro-hit Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die (1966).
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Britt Ekland was the original choice for the part of Coco Duquette.
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When Matt is put in with two French men for a line up jokes "Oh, LaVerne, Patty & Maxene." These are the names of he Andrews Sisters.
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The helicopter that picks them up at the end is a Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw built in the 50s.
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