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508 - Operation Double 007



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Zeitgeist Meister - 18 days ago

This soundtrack doesn't know if it wants to be James Bond or the Pink Panther.


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Zeitgeist Meister - 18 days ago

Imagine transferring home movies to VHS and then having to transfer them to digital. What a tangled technology web we weave ...


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You can tell perennial desk-jockey Lois (whose character was named 'Lois' in this one lol) was glad to get out in the field; she sure looked happy mowing down hench-folk with a SMG in the flame-thrower scene! 'M' not so much; he pretty much phoned it in, bookending the story of Connery's employ.


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Ray Garraty - about 1 month ago

What the heck is that at 36:59? is it her hair, or is it the ugliest hat ever?


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Teri Gee - about 1 month ago

I've posted before about how much Yashuko's death in this movie irks me, but I was just thinking this time through and it was pretty scummy of Ward Jones to use her as his unknowing messenger. She was completely innocent, not involved in the hijinks at all, and because of him, she was kidnapped, tortured and killed. At least, all the other women in the movie were voluntary participants.


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Alex C. - about 1 month ago

I hate James Bond films. (I don't see the appeal, I don't understand the appeal.) To me, this movie is actually a step up. In a lateral sort of fashion.


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Rod Sturdy - 3 months ago

CAN - CAN Girls beating up soldiers , Good vs. Evil dueling it out with bow and arrow , A belt that turns into a deadly spear ? OH YEA MAN ! !


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Matthew Boyle - 4 months ago

What amazes me is how much italians contributed to the wealth of crappy movies we have. Especially when it comes to spin offs. Although the good, the bad and the ugly was also an Italian film trying to do an American genre so they weren't all bad. I know James Bond is technically an English thing but I feel the films are most popular in America.


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Matthew Boyle - 4 months ago

Isn't the badguy in this movie Valmont in Diabolik? I guess he's a character actor. When you need to portray a sleazy Italian mafioso type, call this guy.


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Matthew Boyle - 4 months ago

do you think Trace actually slipped and said Jim when he was supposed to say Joel and they just rolled with it? I mean there is a guy named Jim (Mallon) on the show.


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Matthew Boyle - 4 months ago

so the title of this movie is double double O seven? double 007 is redundant, like ATM machine.


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Snuffy Wuffykiss - 4 months ago

This is not a half bad episode. I love spy movies and the Little Brother Bond is a fun romp that really fits right in with the (campy) mainstream 007 movies of the time. I am going to add the unriffed version to my Bond Marathon lineup.


This is a James Bond spoof...
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Drew Hesler - 10 months ago

This is intended to be a James Bond spoof. I'm not kidding. Neverthless, even if it's looked at as a spoof it doesn't improve it's quality.


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Blab Sulkhead - 11 months ago

Try as he might, Neil Connery just can't quite rock the Torgo look.


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BlueRabbit501 - 11 months ago

This film really should've been called Dr. Oh Hell No!


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I think this ep had consistently excellent host sketches - but then again, this film in general, and Neil in particular, are such singularly ripe fodder for them!

Of all the spy movies they riffed, I do have to say that this one most resembled an actual spy movie. I mean, there were shootouts, sabotage, pointless gadgetry, assassination, and a plastic surgeon who can read lips!


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Micah Philson - about 1 year ago

After the title song, He Loved Me, started up again for the end credits, as soon as the first door shut, I just thought, "Oh, thank God!"


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Hank Williams - about 1 year ago

What is with the extreme close ups of the eyes? I bet all the actors had to pick out their eyeball boogers before every scene.


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Mike Carmona - over 1 year ago

At least this movie answered the ago-old debate: Archers vs Harpooners. (...I think...Archers win...?)


As MacGuffins go...
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Two words: "atomic nucleus"


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Great to see Joel's Smoking Jacket again!


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C. Joseph Osborn - almost 2 years ago

Recipe for film: Start with a generous helping of eurotrash sailor moon weirdness, sprinkle in a lesser connery and a dash of superfluous hypnosis subplot, stir in everything that was wrong with the late 1960s, heat til tepid, and BAM. Delicious cheese.


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Senor Misterioso - almost 2 years ago

@ 13:50 You can see the guy driving the "remote controlled car" bounce around as the car tears across the field.


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Korey Green - almost 2 years ago

So Operation 00-007 is that part of his SSN or his pin number for Netflix?


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Korey Green - almost 2 years ago

"his favorite movie is Turner and Hooch" that was the moment I lost it and laughed so hard I cried...yep real neat.


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K.T. Robot - almost 2 years ago

Ok, I'm 50 minutes in, there's dancing girls escorting armed soldiers somewhere, and I don't have a CLUE what this movie is about. I think this is what happened the first time I tried to watch it. I just think my time can be better spent picking my nose or twirling my thumbs. So I'm diving.


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LostHighway - almost 2 years ago

Next time you want to express the truism that achieving freedom sometimes involves sacrifice, just remember the great line from Double 007, "Freedom always has a price tag attached to it," because there's really no other, pithier saying that you could use in such a case.


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Atom Manhattan - almost 2 years ago

Only blind people are allowed in? Why do I get the feeling that place is a mess...


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Sean Barry - almost 2 years ago

Thanatos? What happens before and after the toast?


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Sean Barry - almost 2 years ago

During the opening credits, when Tom Servo sings: "his favorite movie is Turner and Hoooooch!!" It gets me every time!


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Scott A. Taylor - about 2 years ago

I gotta say that considering this film is italian made and clearly wishes it could be an actual Bond film .. it's actually pretty good. I rather enjoyed it, and Neil Connery was fun to watch. This film's got it's tongued squarely in cheek but it's far more entertaining than some A-list films :P Sure it's daft, but I like it!


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Ray Garraty - about 2 years ago

at 36:00 mark, the band playing at the airport with a guitarist to the left looks like a young Jimmy Page Yarbirds era. OK I know it's not, but he does look like him if you squint.


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Stephen - about 2 years ago

Some of the music reminds me of the Reading Rainbow song - 12:48
"...Take a look. It's in a book..."


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Teri Gee - about 2 years ago

The pointless death that really irritates me: Yashuko. He rescues her and takes her to an open space, while there's still a gunfight going on and instead of getting her to safety, he hypnotizes and starts to question her right there? Why? Why not get her hidden and protected until such time that they could do it safely? Yes, I know there are supposed to be problems, but would it have killed them to keep the completely innocent girl alive? :P


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Just Johnny Baca - about 2 years ago

Hmm, suddenly I have the urge to watch Don Swayze dance. Is that wrong?


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Sean Stewart - over 2 years ago

... I know.


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Elisa Farrington - over 2 years ago

Guido Lollobrigida in the opening cedits and NO riff????!!!


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Elisa Farrington - over 2 years ago

Anybody else have one of those drinking birds in your house growing up? Seeing this made me buy one for Christmas!


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Teri Gee - over 2 years ago

I love the liederhosen hosen! Frank's desperate declaration is one of my favorites.
"I just wanted to wear a liederhosen, okay? It's a stupid invention, I admit it! I just want to be Bavarian for one brief shining moment! Is that so wrong?"


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - over 2 years ago

I feel so bad for the agent that was in the middle of his wedding when he was called to the case. Seems so unfair that they wouldn't give the poor guy a break. Is he the only agent in town? I mean, really. Let the guy have his wedding. And his wedding night. His poor bride, too.

I get a wee bit too emotionally involved with fictional characters, I know. You don't have to tell me, I know.


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Mike Carmona - over 2 years ago

00:22:00 Holy crap! That elevator went straight to a moving car!


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Carrie is So Very - almost 3 years ago

Now I can schottische while watering my plants, in my LEDERHOSEN-hosen!


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Stereo Catz - almost 3 years ago

Why do I get the feeling that much of this movie was written around Neil Connery being afraid to use a gun?


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Stereo Catz - almost 3 years ago

It's sad that they got M, Moneypenny, and Largo in this POS.


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Stereo Catz - almost 3 years ago

The countdown skipped 26. ???


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Stereo Catz - almost 3 years ago

A common mistake with making a Bond clone type film is giving the protagonist too many skill sets. Bond had too many and he wasn’t a lip reading, electrical engineer, karateka, hypnotist, plastic surgeon.


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Stereo Catz - almost 3 years ago

49:20 Great inconspicuous stakeout wear.


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Warm Tumbler of Jagermeister - almost 3 years ago

The Katharine Hepburn On Golden Pond impression is perfect.


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Pure gold all the way through. 8) More S5 goodness. [hugs everyone involved]


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Alex C. - almost 3 years ago

This movie taught me one thing: 3 out of 4 women will try to kill you.


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Cindy - almost 3 years ago

Is it actually a complement if I say Mike does an absolutely brilliant Torgo? It sure did take him a while to get back from his car with the sodas!


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starman 76 - almost 3 years ago

the guys must have been thinking Peter Sellers while riffing this film, they do a Jacques Clouseau accent at least three times and Crow does The Party's Hrundi V. Bakshi at 1:03:30


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Fredrick Stafford - about 3 years ago

Say what you will about Neil Connery’s performance here; it was still superior to the time brother Sean totally “mailed it in” on First Knight.


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trumpy - about 3 years ago

There are not enough likes in the world for this episode.


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Mitchell - about 3 years ago

"Double your flavor, double your fun with double 0, double 0, double 0 gum!"


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Rebecca Richards - about 3 years ago

So glad this is finally getting an official release. It's a personal favorite of mine. The host segment with Joel as Largo kills me every time.


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Rhys Patterson - about 3 years ago

Link 1 has the fruitopia logo at the start. Awe man I now I want one, makes me miss highschool.


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Angsty Meier Link - about 3 years ago

This one blew me away how good it was. I hadn't seen one this funny since years ago watching the dvd's with my best friend.


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Kelly Slane - over 3 years ago

"Uh, Joel - none of us have working arms." "I know!" BUUM, DA DAH!
"But its just a useless prop you built! Its not even connected to anything!" "I know!" BUUM, DA DAH!
"Joel you're ruining it for me!" "I know!" BUUM, DA DAH!
God I love it every time XD


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j davis - over 3 years ago

Kashken on the mounds? Cashkin? Koschkin? Koshkin? Someone give me a lead here, eh?


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Desiree Ashcraft - over 3 years ago

I love Mike as Torgo. He brings so much humanity to the character!


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Kimono Dragon - over 3 years ago

Weren't there at least 2 of those helicopter scenes that made you think of the theme song from "M*A*S*H"?


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Kimono Dragon - over 3 years ago

1:13:00 - Joel again plays Torgo from "Manos - The Hands of Fate". How bad was that show, that they knew we would remember the character? "Manos" could knock a buzzard off a manure wagon!


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Alex Stefanic - over 3 years ago

Still better than George Lazenby.


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Adam Marinello - over 3 years ago

Operation DOUBLE 007.
Now with double the 007!


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Gal Dagon - over 3 years ago

Is Crow clucking to indicate that tom is chicken, or because Joel already hypnotized him? I may never know.


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Matthew Eickhoff - over 3 years ago

This will be the last official Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode that I have never seen before, until tonight.


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Stephen - almost 4 years ago