From the people that brought us Psychotronic Man, comes an even more incomprehensible story.
This is an attempt at a James Bond flick, but starring Jack Sell, who could be Reb Brown's doughier, less charismatic little brother. His first mission is to take on those darn Cubans, but we all know the bid bad Soviets are next. Padded with stock footage,jumping from scenario to scenario with zero logic, our hero seduces the laydeez, beats up baddies with Kung Faux and dispenses leaden witticisms with equal flair.
He is sent after an incriminating film reel, losing and regaining it several times just because an action scene required it.
Supporting cast members, the confused-looking Tippi Hedren and Troy Donahue, must have really needed the work. 'Psychotronic Man' is a tightly-focussed and gripping drama compared to this, Sell's only acting credit.