Our Man Flint (1966) Move over, 007. The U.S. has a secret agent even braver, even smarter and even more popular with the ladies. His name: Derek Flint (James Coburn). On his first cinematic secret mission, Secret Agent Flint faces off against the most dangerous weapon of all, the weather! An evil organization called Galaxy has learned how to send icebergs crashing into the Mediterranean, to flood whole valleys and even to cause volcanoes to erupt on cue. To save the world, Flint must first overcome the beautiful but deadly Gila (Gila Golan), Galaxy's top agent. It's a task that demands all of Flint's awesome powers of deduction, destruction and - most of all - seduction.
In Like Flint (1967) Flint is back. Derek Flint (James Coburn), that is. This time, the all-round genius, super secret agent and supreme ladies' man really has his hands full. A group of wealthy and powerful female tycoons has developed a way of brainwashing women through beauty salon hair dryers! With all the women of the world enslaved, this power-hungry group is able to commandeer the United States' first "space platform" and then replace the President (Andrew Duggan) with their own surgically reproduced clone! From their secret headquarters in the Virgin Islands, a lavish spa called "Fabulous Face", they plan to use nuclear energy to force the entire world into submission.