Murderers' Row

Overview

Dean Martin reprises his role as Matt Helm, famed secret agent who is part James Bond and part Rat Packer, in Murderer's Row. The film concerns the nefarious plan of arch-villain Julian Wall Karl Malden to take over the world by kidnapping Dr. Norman Solaris Richard Eastham, who has invented a "helio-beam" -- a device that can harness the rays of the sun to destroy the earth. To insure his plans go smoothly, Wall has eliminated most of the ICE Intelligence and Counter-Espionage agents. But luckily for the world, ...
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Overview

Dean Martin reprises his role as Matt Helm, famed secret agent who is part James Bond and part Rat Packer, in Murderer's Row. The film concerns the nefarious plan of arch-villain Julian Wall Karl Malden to take over the world by kidnapping Dr. Norman Solaris Richard Eastham, who has invented a "helio-beam" -- a device that can harness the rays of the sun to destroy the earth. To insure his plans go smoothly, Wall has eliminated most of the ICE Intelligence and Counter-Espionage agents. But luckily for the world, super-agent Matt Helm, having escaped from being boiled to death in his own swimming pool, is hot on Wall's trail. Traveling to the Riviera, Helm meets Solaris's mod daughter Suzie Ann-Margret and they team up to rescue her father. Helm poses as a gunman on the run and Wall hires him. Wall becomes suspicious when Helm saves Suzie's life after she is threatened by one of Wall's goons, but Matt and Suzie escape from Wall and make their way to his island fortress, where they must find Solaris and disarm the "helio-beam" before Wall destroys Washington, D.C.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/1994
  • UPC: 043396600669
  • Original Release: 1966
  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dean Martin Matt Helm
Ann-Margret Suzie Solaris
Karl Malden Julian Wall
Camilla Sparv Coco Duquette
James Gregory MacDonald
Beverly Adams Lovey Kravezit
Richard Eastham Dr. Norman Solaris
Tom Reese Ironhead
Duke Howard Billy Orcutt
Ted Hartley Guard
Marcel Hillaire Capt. Devereaux
Corinne Cole Miss January
Phillip Terry Dr. Rogas
Dino, Desi & Billy Themselves
Dale Brown
Barbara Burgess The Slaygirls
Amedee Chabot
Luci Ann Cook
Dee Duffy
Jacqueline Fontaine Singer at Wake
Mary Hughes
Mary Jane Mangler The Slaygirl
Marilyn Tindall
Jan Watson
Rena Horten
Technical Credits
Henry Levin Director
Irving Allen Producer
Harbert Baker Screenwriter
Loren Cosand Makeup
Howard Jensen Special Effects
Sam Leavitt Cinematographer
Danny Lee Special Effects
Euan Lloyd Co-producer
Moss Mabry Costumes/Costume Designer
George R. Nelson Set Decoration/Design
Miriam Nelson Choreography
Lalo Schifrin Score Composer
Walter Thompson Editor
Joseph C. Wright Art Director
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