Licensed to Kill

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Movie (1965)
Also known as: The Second Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World

Starring:
Tom Adams (Charles Vine)
Karel Stepanek (Henrik Jacobsen)
Peter Bull (Masterman)
John Arnatt (Rockwell)

Dauntless British agent Charles Vine is called upon to escort to London the famed Swedish scientist Henrik Jacobs to negotiate the sale of a secret formula. However, sinister forces gambling for enormous stakes are already at work. With the aid of the most fantastic gadgets, Vine manages to extricate his charges from the most diabolical traps until the final battle in a mile-a-second showdown fought along the Thames dockside and culminating to a wild and unexpected climax.

Hiller UH-12C

Registration G-ASOE, c/n 778.

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Vickers VC10


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