The Spy Who Loved Flowers
The Spy Who Loved Flowers (Italian: Le spie amano i fiori, also known as Hell Cats) is a 1966 Italian/Spanish co-production science fiction-Eurospy film written and directed by Umberto Lenzi (here credited as "Hubert Humphry"). Set in Paris, Geneva and Athens, it is the sequel to Super Seven Calling Cairo (1965). It starred Roger Browne and Yoko Tani.
|The Spy Who Loved Flowers|
|Directed by||Umberto Lenzi|
|Produced by||Fortunato Misiano|
|Written by||Umberto Lenzi|
|Music by||Angelo Francesco Lavagnino |
- Roger Browne as Martin Stevens
- Emma Danieli as Geneviève
- Daniele Vargas as Harriman
- Marino Masé as Dick
- Yoko Tani as Mei Lang
- Sal Borgese as Il Sordo, Harriman's hunchman
- Fernando Cebrián as Ahmed Murad
- Tullio Altamura as Greg Danar
- Attilio Dottesio
The Spy Who Loved Flowers was released in France on 21 December 1966 as Des fleurs pour un espion.
- Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 1991. ISBN 8876059695.
- Marco Giusti. 007 all'italiana. Isbn Edizioni, 2010. ISBN 9788876381874.
- "Le Spie amano i fiori (1966) Umberto Lenzi" (in French). Bifi.fr. Retrieved October 24, 2018.
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