Tag Archives: Shirley Eaton
The Scorpio Letters (1967) Richard Thorpe, Alex Cord, Shirley Eaton, Laurence Naismith, Drama, Action
A spy thriller involving an American who is enlisted by British Intelligence to replace one of its recently murdered agents and smash a ring of blackmailers — James Bond style — headed by a nefarious figure known as Scorpio.
The Girl Hunters (1963) Roy Rowland, Mickey Spillane, Shirley Eaton, Scott Peters, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Legendary detective Mike Hammer has spent seven years in an alcoholic funk after the supposed death of his secretary, Velda. He is brought back to the land of the living by his old friendly enemy, police lieutenant Pat Chambers.
The Girl From Rio (1969) Jesús Franco, Shirley Eaton, Richard Wyler, George Sanders, Action, Adventure
Jeff Sutton arrives in Rio de Janeiro with a suitcase with 10 million dollars, and the powerful mobster Sir Masius sends his henchman Carl with his gangsters to follow Jeff and get the money. Jeff has one affair with the manicure Leslye and succeeds to escape from Sir Masius’ mobsters. Meanwhile, Sumuru, the leader of the women of the City of Femina that wants to defeat the men and take over the world, captures Jeff and brings him to Femina expecting to get the money. Sumuru has several prisoners locked in glass cages, including Ulla Rossini, who knows Jeff Sutton. Jeff discloses to Ulla that his arrival is part of a plan to save her from Sumuru. Jeff Sutton becomes a pawn in the middle of the war between Masius and Sumuru.
The Million Eyes of Sumuru (1967) Lindsay Shonteff, Frankie Avalon, George Nader, Shirley Eaton, Action, Adventure, Comedy
Frankie Avalon and George Nader (that guy from “The Robot Monster”) are a couple of wise-cracking, swingin’ secret agents. Their enemy is Shirley Eaton as Su-Muru, who plans to remove all of the men who are currently in power and replace them with her army of women, most of who are shown in skimpy (for 1967) bikinis or mini skirts, and who can all perform complex tasks such as break a man’s neck with their thighs. Avalon and Nader make “friends” with several members of Su-Maru’s army, then invade with the local army and kill the rest of them.
Dr. Jim Hanlon, devoted to saving African animals from extinction, unknowingly hires poacher Alec Burnett as his guide in seeking to capture two white rhinos to help propagate the rare species. Burnett, who has also been hired by a black marketeer to capture the animals, is certain that his task will be simplified by Hanlon’s tranquilizer guns, and he steals the zoologist’s car and equipment. Burnett’s girl friend, nurse Edith Arleigh, is anxious to reform him and divulges his hiding place. The two men clash, but Burnett changes his attitude when he is bitten by a cobra and Hanlon saves his life. Later, the two rhinos are captured, and the former enemies decide to join forces in animal research.
What a Carve Up! / No Place Like Homicide! (1961) Pat Jackson, Sidney James, Kenneth Connor, Shirley Eaton, Comedy, Horror
Around the World Under the Sea (1966) Andrew Marton, Lloyd Bridges, Brian Kelly, Shirley Eaton, Action, Adventure
Ten Little Indians (1965) George Pollock, Hugh O’Brian, Shirley Eaton, Fabian, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Up to a house high on a mountain top have been invited ten people who are strangers to each other. When they are all gathered, they hear from their host that each one of them has in someway caused the death of an innocent person and that justice had not be served in their cases. There are eight guests and two servants there for the weekend, but one by one, they are being knocked off according to the poem of “Ten Little Indians”. As the number of survivors decreases, they begin to believe that the killer is one of the group, but are unable to decide on which one he or she may be.