- Directed by José Luis Madrid
- Starring Tom Adams, Tim Barrett, Barta Barri, Diana Lorys
- Written by José Luis Madrid, José Luis Madrid
O.K. Yevtushenko (1968) -- Colonel Yevtushenko ( Barta Barri ), a defected Russian spy soon to be exchanged in a diplomatic swap, boards a boat in the Mediterranean. Another vessel, apparently ablaze, cuts across its path. It is a ruse. The Colonel is captured by Major Milo Kovacs ( Tim Barrett ) of the Albanian Security Bureau, who is in league with Chinese agent Ly-Chee ( Gene Reyes ). Kovacs reasons that the British will blame the Russians for the Colonel's kidnapping, who in turn will blame the British. In the meantime, Kovacs will have extracted every drop of knowledge from the Colonel's head concerning British and Russian intelligence services.
British agent Charles Vine ( Tom Adams ) is walking down a Spanish street when a pretty girl in a sports car almost runs him down. She invites him to go to the beach, and he accepts. No sooner has Vine got his swimming trunks on than she shoots him with a drugged dart. When he wakes up, he is in a flat owned by Rockwell ( Antonio Jimenez Escribano ), his superior. A new assignment awaits him, namely either to rescue Yevtushenko or, failing that, kill him. Vine is teamed with the lovely Pandora ( Maria Silva ). No sooner are they on the case than he gets captured, and has to pretend to defect in order to stay alive. Along with the Colonel, and a beautiful Russian spy named Galina ( Diana Lorys ), they escape, and the last third of the film is long one chase involving jeeps, helicopters, and speedboats ( anticipating 'Goldeneye' by twenty-seven years, Vine gets at one point to career around in a stolen tank! ).
O.K. Yevtushenko DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 8/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.
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Format Region 0 DVD Aspect ratio Fullscreen Number of discs 1