In Like Flint

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Released 1967

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Director:
Gordon Douglas
Released:
1967
Rating:
R
In Like Flint, the 1967 sequel to the popular parody spy film Our Man Flint, features James Coburn and Lee J. Cobb reprising their roles as Derek Flint and Lloyd C. Cramden. In the film, Flint fights against Fabulous Face, a feminist organization with a plot to depose of the ruling patriarchy of America and establish a matriarchy. When the feminists kidnap the U.S. President while playing a game of golf, Derek Flint is brought out of retirement to fight the feminists, whose headquarters is in a women's spa in the Virgin Islands. The feminists discredit the head of Z.O.W.I.E., a clumsily organized secret service organization, and lead Flint on an adventure to the Soviet Union where he finds himself dancing in the Bolshoi ballet. Later Flint disguises himself as a Cuban Revolutionary to board a plan headed towards Cuba. Flint then parachutes out of the plane onto the Virgin Islands towards Fabulous Face's headquarters. Released by Twentieth Century Fox, In Like Flint was directed by Gordon Douglas and produced by Saul David.moreless
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    Anna Lee

    Anna Lee

    Elisabeth

    Lee J. Cobb

    Lee J. Cobb

    Lloyd C. Cramden

    Andrew Duggan

    Andrew Duggan

    U.S. President Trent

    James Coburn

    James Coburn

    Derek Flint

    Jean Hale

    Jean Hale

    Lisa Norton/Nora Benson

    Hanna Landy

    Hanna Landy

    Helena

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    Classics, Satire, Espionage