Cinema: Gals' Roguery

In Like Flint is the further adventures of a far-out secret agent who makes James Bond look like the stately Holmes of England. In Our Man Flint (TIME, Feb. 4, 1966), James Coburn's screwball skills put some spin into a sluggish scenario. But even he cannot defuse this bomb of a sequel.

An accomplished ladysmith and brilliant scientific mind on the payroll of something called Z.O.W.I.E., Flint this time around reduces the number of his mistresses to three. "I'm trying to cut down," he explains, then proceeds to extricate a Government official (Lee J. Cobb) from a conspiracy of vixens who try...

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