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Golden Year: OUR MAN FLINT (Daniel Mann, 1/16/1966)

Our Man Flint came out at the height of the pop cultural “spy craze” that followed in the wake of the Bond films’ phenomenal popularity. By 1966, an apparently endless proliferation of globetrotting and gadget-mongering secret agents seemed to dominate … Continue reading

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Our Man Flint (Daniel Mann, 1966)

“Pitched somewhere between homage and parody, Our Man Flint looks snazzier than ever in Twilight Time’s impressive Blu-ray transfer, rounded out with a compelling roster of extras old and new. All that’s missing is a cigarette lighter with 83 uses.” … Continue reading

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