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I Fantastici Tre Supermen

The Three Fantastic Supermen
The Fantastic Three

Italy/West Germany/France/Yugoslavia 1967
produced by
Aldo Addobbati, Italio Matrinenghi, Robert de Nesle (co) for Cinescolo, Parnass Film
directed by Gianfranco Parolini (as Frank Kramer)
starring Tony Kendall, Brad Harris, Nick Jordan (= Aldo Canti), Carlo Tamberlani (as Charles Tamblyn), Rossella Bergamonti (as Patricia Carr), Bettina Busch, Jochen Brockmann, Giuseppe Mattei (as Joseph Matthews), Valentino Macchi, Sergio Mioni, Enzo Maggio, Giovanni Scarciofolo (= Jeff Cameron), Gloria Paul, Sal Borgese, Friedrich Joloff, Jochen Blume, André Bollet, Evi Rigano
story by Gianfranco Parolini (as Frank Kramer), screenplay by Marcello Coscia, Gianfranco Parolini (as Frank Kramer), music by Ruggero Cini, Jimmy Fontana

Three Supermen

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Tony (Tony Kendall) and Nick (Nick Jordan) are master thieves who wear silly red outfits during all their raids, and like to rely both on acrobatic stunts and all kinds of highly sophisticated gadgets. Eventually though, agent Brad (Brad Harris) of the FBI leads them into a trap - to offer them complete amnesty if they pull a raid on a certain embassy that's involved in money laundering, and if they take him on as their partner. The raid of course proves to be the easy part of the endeavour, the problem is that suddenly a gang of baddies is after our three heroes, and they soon kidnap professor Schwarz (Carlo Tamberlani), whom Tony and Nick relied on for their gadgets, and his daughter Zizi (Bettina Busch) - and then it turns out the money our heroes have stolen from the embassy is fake ...

Investigations lead our heroic trio to an island that just happens to house a boarding school, where evil professor Golem (Jochen Brockmann) wants to force good professor Schwarz to perfect his replicator, a machine that is supposed to replicate everything, even humans. Of course our heroes can't let that happen, and much fighting ensues, including a fight with a few evil copies of Brad, but of course, good prevails over evil in the end.

 

Despite the promise of supermen in the title, this is more of an Eurospy-movie than anything else, and as such it's as trashy as it's cheap but also as campy as it is amusing. To put it simply, this is not a film to be taken seriously, as it was intended as an action comedy, and in several scenes the farcial aspects clearly shine through. Having said that, The Three Fantastic Supermen is not exactly a good film, it's direction is bland, the cast is rather sub-par (and especially Nick Jordan as mute acrobat quickly get son your nerves), and it's low budget sometimes shines through rather painfully ... but it's also childish fun to watch, especially with a couple of beers.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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