Licensed to Love and Kill Trailer

Licensed to Love and Kill Trailer (1979)

01 August 1979 Action 78 mins

A British secret agent sent to America to rescue a nobleman comes up against an evil genius who is replacing people in important positions with clones who will do his bidding.

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Cast

Gareth Hunt

as Charles Bind

Nick Tate

as Jensen Fury

Fiona Curzon

as Carlotta Muff Dangerfield

Geoffrey Keen

as Stockwell

International Titles

The Man From S.E.X. Trailer

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International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 August 1979

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