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  1. Aug 16, 1996 · The Secret Agent Club: Directed by John Murlowski. With Hulk Hogan, Matthew McCurley, Lesley-Anne Down, Maurice Woods. To the world Ray Chase is nothing more than a klutzy, overgrown toy seller whose wife passed away a few years ago; and his only son Jeremy doesn't get to see him very often, because he's always away on "business trips."

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  2. THE SECRET AGENT CLUB is nothing more than a complete rip-off of the James Cameron movie TRUE LIES, albeit one aimed at a much younger audience. Kids are the heroes this time around, getting into an adventure when it transpires that no less than their mild-mannered father, Hulk Hogan, is a spy on the run from some dangerous criminals.

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  4. The Secret Agent Club is a 1996 American spy action comedy film starring Hulk Hogan and directed by John Murlowski. The film is about a secret spy who steals a laser gun and pretends that it is a toy but gets in deep trouble when the people find out who he stole the gun from.

  5. Dec 28, 2020 · 6 Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery (1997): 7.0. There's no question that Austin Powers (Mike Myers) could top any trained agent in the field. In this spy comedy film, Austin Powers is the world's top secret agent and desired by many women. In 1967, Dr. Evil escapes and cryogenically freezes himself.

  6. A fearless, globe-trotting, terrorist-battling secret agent has his life turned upside down when he discovers his wife might be having an affair with a used-car salesman while terrorists smuggle nuclear war heads into the United States.

  7. Alfred Hitchcock at his most hard-boiled, this Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman double bill about the daughter of a Nazi war criminal recruited to infiltrate a ring of Nazis in Brazil became famous for the scene in which Hitchcock slipped around Hollywood’s ban on kissing scenes over three seconds (by having the actors break the kiss every few seconds before continuing).

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