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Agent 077: Mission Bloody Mary

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Agente 077: Missione Bloody Mary
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Original film poster
Directed bySergio Grieco
Written bySandro Continenza
Marcello Coscia
Leonardo Martín
Produced byEdmondo Amati
StarringKen Clark
CinematographyJuan Julio Baena
Music byAngelo Francesco Lavagnino
title song Ennio Morricone
sung by Maurizio Graf
Release date
  • 13 August 1965 (1965-08-13)
Running time
101 minutes

Agent 077: Mission Bloody Mary or Agente 077: Missione Bloody Mary is a 1965 Italian/Spanish/French international co-production spy adventure film.[1] The first of the Secret Agent 077 film series directed by Sergio Grieco.


A group of criminals called the Black Lily murder and replace a US Air Force navigator near a base in the United Kingdom. The infiltrator crashes the plane in order to recover a new deadly nuclear bomb code named "Bloody Mary". The criminals sell the weapon to Red China. A CIA agent tracks down the weapon from France to Spain where it travels by a cargo ship to Athens.



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