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Where the Bullets Fly (1966) was a Comedy Film directed by John Gilling and produced by Joseph E. Levine.

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Tom Adams Goes to "Where the Bullets Fly"

By Rick29 on Sep 24, 2014 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

At the height of the 1960s James Bond craze, several major studios tried to launch their own spy movie franchises with the Matt Helm series, the two Bulldog Drummond films, and Our Man Flint and its sequel. One of the most interesting misfires was the second outing of British secret agent Charles Vi... Read full article

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Also directed by John Gilling

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Also released in 1966

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