As is well known, the mid to late sixties gave us a plethora of sub-Bond spy stories, both at the cinema, & on television. This is a 20th Century Fox attempt to cash in, and to be fair, it's not bad at all. It's a very British affair, with Ronald Fraser and Clive Revill (okay, he was born in NZ) playing character parts, and a very young Richard Briers playing an RAF officer playing at being a spy (honest, it sort of works). The film company splashed out, and moved the whole production to the Costa del Sol (interesting to see what it looked like before commercialism killed it), and hired Raquel Welch & Tony Franciosa as the headline acts. The story centres around two British spies (Fraser & Briers) recruiting stunt-team skydiver Welch to assist them in recovering a radio-controlled trigger for a nuclear bomb, currently residing at the bottom of the Mediterranean. As Raquel is a fully qualified skydiver & scuba-diver, quelle surprise, this is the cue for many bikini-clad forays about the town... Franciosa plays a shady businessman, who Raquel must tackle, in order to get to her goal. It's certainly as good as 'Our Man Flint'. Here's the shallow bit: in fairness, this is a three-star film, a nice way to while away over an hour & a half. What makes it five-star is Raquel. She looks her absolute best (for my money, better than in One Million Years B.C), and the three minute titles at the beginning, where she (rather professionally) unpacks & re-packs a parachute, wearing a red one-piece swimming cossie, is something to behold, and worth the price alone!