Director: Umberto Lenzi
Writers: Umberto Lenzi, Piero Pierotti
Composer: Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
Starring: Roger Browne, Fabienne Dali, Massimo Serato, Andrea Aureli, Dina De Santis, Antonio Gradoli, Stella Monclar, Mino Doro, Franco Castellani, Claudio Biava
More info: IMDb
Plot: Super 7 looks for a piece of a new metal hidden in a camera.
Will I watch it again? No.
This is the first of two pictures Browne played as super spy Martin Stevens. The other came the following year, THE SPY WHO LOVED FLOWERS (1966). While SUPER SEVEN doesn't fare much better, it's got its moments. The location shooting in Cairo, Switzerland and Italy are very nice and provide some lovely scenery. The score is cheesy as in it often sounds like it belongs in a cartoon (no joke). The acting is OK and the dialogue sometimes silly but it's the story that's rather lame. It's another cat-and-mouse, always on the hunt/run type of spy film with nothing of substance. It's nowhere near the quality of the Bond films of the 60s in any way. This Bond wannabe has Browne in the title role looking like a Bond...
and trying to be like Bond. The think is, though, he's no Bond. There's even a silly joke in the picture where he's flirting with a hottie telling her he's a spy and his name is James Bond. Ugh. HA! This is pure middle-of-the-road spy nonsense with about the only thing going for it is the sometime scenery. Also, I was neither bored nor entertained much so I guess that could be a little something in the plus column.