The best of British humor is on display in this satirical cold war romp! Donald Sinden plays Lieutenant Green, a radar expert in the Royal Navy. One night, whilst under the influence of alcohol, he welds an old pram to the deck of a foreign destroyer for a joke. The next morning, British Intelligence is desperate to know what the enemy’s new weapon is. To cover his tracks, Green calls it the ‘998’. When he is posted to the destroyer to explain about radar techniques, Green soon realizes that his prank has gone too far.
Victor Hugo's scarred hero The Man Who Laughs (1966) opposes the vicious Borgias.
Following opening credits, corporate scientist Nurmi (Massimo Serato) with officer Mike (Tony Russell) from the first title in the Italian-made Gamma One Quadrilogy, Wild, Wild Planet, 1965.
Future cop Mike (Tony Russell) and assistant (Charles Justin) survey wreckage from a chase until weird dolls are found, and Connie (Lisa Gastoni) arrives for vacation, weirder than expected with all girl staff, in the low-rent Italian sci-fi serial The Wild, Wild Planet, 1965.
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As World War II ascends upon Europe, Eva (Amy Hayes) meets Tudor (Vincent Regan) on her 16th birthday and he becomes the love of her life. But their relationship suffers through his constant mysterious departures and reappearances. In Tudor’s absence, she meets and marries Baron Oswald Von Seele (Patrick Bergen). But when Tudor returns, Eva’s love for him is rekindled and they spend an unforgettable summer together—leaving Eva pregnant and her marriage ruined. As the war wages on, Europe is in a state of total disarray. Tudor returns to Eva to find tragedy at every turn: the loss of a child, political assassinations, raids and Iron Guard rebellions that culminate in massacre of the Jews. When Tudor turns up for the last time, it is then that Eva learns the secrets of his past.
Eva meets Tudor on the day of her 16th birthday. It is Tudor who is to make her feel whole as a woman. He becomes for her a source of both love and suffering through his constant mysterious departures and reappearances. When he is gone, Eva keeps a special place for him in her heart.
As World War II ascends upon Europe, Eva (Amy Hayes) meets Tudor (Vincent Regan) on her 16th birthday and he becomes the love of her life. But their relationship suffers through his constant mysterious departures and reappearances.
Cut by the producer and unseen for three decades, Joseph Losey described the original European version of EVA as "almost an orgasm."
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