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Tre Supermen a Tokio

Three Supermen in Tokyo
Drei Tolle Kerle

Italy/West Germany 1968
produced by
Cinesecolo, INDIEF, Terra-Filmkunst
directed by Bitto Albertini
starring George Martin, Sal Borgese (as Dick Gordon), Willi Colombini (as Willy Newcomb), Gloria Paul, Elisabetta Wu, Mino Doro, Michele Malaspina, Edoardo Toniolo, Heidi Fischer, Attilio Severini, Michael Lenz, Consalvo Dell'Arti, Valerio Tordi, Antonio Corevi, Tsao Hong Tche, Claudio Patriarca, Otello Pagliarani, Artemio Antonini, Ruffino Grillo, Antonietta Fiorito, Arrigo Peri, Mario Novelli (as Tony Freeman)
written by Mario Amendola, Bitto Albertini, Evroni Ebert, music by Ruggero Cini, title song written by Bruno Zambrini

Three Supermen

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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For an assignment, FBI agent Martin (George Martin) is to track down supercriminals Willy (Willi Colombini) and Dick (Salvatore Borghese) - known as the Two Superman for their fancy bulletproof outfits that make them nearly invisible ... to team up with them to track down a delicate film of a British Prince that might endanger world peace. After Martin has successfully tracked down Willy and Dick and persuaded them to let him join their ranks - only because he helps them steal a few millions from an oil transaction in broad daylight - their investigations lead them to Tokyo. And while all the baddies had to do to avoid getting tracked down was to lay low, they attract attention to themselves by trying (and failing) time and again to take out the Supermen ... and soon, trailing becomes rather easy for our heroes. But actually getting information on where the film might be hidden is another game altogether, and neither beating it out of the baddies nor their female companion Gloria (Gloria Paul) seducing the lead baddy Jacques Conferre (Mino Doro) seem to work. Fortunately though, there is a Japanese scientist who has just developed a machine to shrink objects in size, so Dick is shrunk to pint size to listen in on the baddies freely talking about where the film is hid at just the right time ... but once our heroes arrive there, the film has long been shipped off to France where the film is to be shown to the international press. Of course, our heroes are off to the screening, and this time Dick and Willy are shrunk to substitute the film with a slapstick reel ... and once the Supermen have grown to full size again, they clobber the baddies like nobody's business.


I don't think anybody has expected a masterpiece of Three Supermen in Tokyo, the second entry in a rather silly series to begin with, a bland of Eurospy and superhero motives with mediocre slapstick humour ... but this is actually one of the better films of the series no doubt, with at least some really funny scenes, some rather elaborate action setpieces (a chase through an amusement park including a rollercoaster ride come to mind), and some fun ideas, however random they are. Still, it's not a movie to watch if you're looking for intellectual enlightnement, but at least something you might enjoy if you're into retro low budget entertainment with a high camp factor.


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