A pre-Phantom Michael Crawford plays Woody, a goofy cartoonist-accidentally-turned-spy in this Cold War-era lark. In Paris visiting his friend, a CIA "file clerk," Woody is sent on a cloak-and-dagger errand and is mistaken for an operative by his beautiful Russian counterpart. She then contacts the agency with the demand that he, and only he, help her defect. Writer adopts comic book persona and voilà: Condorman! This wide-winged hero thwarts the pesky Soviets at every turn. From the old run-down farmer's truck he's driving emerges a flashy race car that outruns a fleet of Russian vehicles. Later, in a Chitty Chitty Bang Bang moment, the car sprouts floaters, allowing the pair to escape their pursuers by sea. Barbara Carrera's Natalia--the true spy of the two--is really just along for the ride. It's Condorman's show, as confirmed by the ending: a shot-filled showdown off the shores of Monte Carlo.--Kimberly Heinrichs --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Very pleased with this product. It arrived promptly, was in very good condition. One of my husband's favorite Disney movies. Reasonable price.Published 1 month ago by Lynn Bernicki
Got this, and never got to watch it. the one player I have that could show it broke just a day before it arrived. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alexander Sutherland
If you have a DVD player that has all regions then purchase this overseas. For the equivilant of about $15 you too can own this quirky Cold War Superhero classic.Published on May 27 2009 by Chris S
i enjoy review this pictures because it was wonderfull like marvels heros and more funny i think but i don't find it.
i hope that you have it to send me, thanks.
It was 1981... I was a poor, young man lost in a cloud of bong smoke, living in some cardboard box on the corner of 1st and Main. I was living a lie. Read morePublished on Feb. 25 2004 by "dkolstad"
This is defintly a movie that the whole family will enjoy. Michael Crawford is just wonderful in it. I highly recommend this film. I'd give it ten stars if I could.Published on Aug. 26 2001 by Rosella Ann Myles
Michael Crawford is known in America for his role in the Broadway stage musical Phantom Of The Opera and his million selling album,but before that he was world famous(outside the... Read morePublished on June 16 2000
Grade-Z spy spoof starring the insufferable Michael Crawford, who would fortunatly redeem himself as the Phantom. Read morePublished on Feb. 25 2000 by Bill Cooper