Spaghetti Fest: THE FANTASTIC ARGOMAN

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Spaghetti Fest: THE FANTASTIC ARGOMAN

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Step back in time with us. This film has such amazing character and culture. Just examine the stages and props. It is SO 1960's... almost as if this film was a video "definition" of 60's sci-fi and TV.

Review from monster movie kid:

Swinging 60s Eurospy Goodness 

...what really makes Argoman is the music and visual eye candy. The soundtrack is amazing, just dripping in swinging 60s goodness. For whatever this movie lacks in plot, it also makes up in great set pieces and fashion. Argoman’s pad is something you’d only expect to find in a 60s flick or maybe an Austin Powers spoof. They even add in a giant robot straight out of a 1940s chapter serial. Sure, there is dubbing and while I admit that dubbing sometimes annoys me, the dubbing in Argoman is quite good, at least compared to some other disasters I’ve watched over the years. And Argoman’s costume? It looks like it came straight out of a 60s Marvel comic book, part Cyclops (X-Men) and part DC Comics 70s era Sandman....

The Fantastic Argoman
Director: 
Sergio Grieco
Country: 
Italy
Year: 
1967
Runtime: 
83 minutes

This film is a very unique superhero movie. If you were practically invincible, had powers beyond the grasp and scope of mortal man, and had the chiseled features of royalty... what would you do? Argoman is that kind of superhero. Brave, courageous, out to help establish peace... but kind of a criminal as well. Constantly in between being blamed for theft and being praised for his assistance, he saves the day and adds to his "collection."

His alter-ego is equally fascinating. It is not really an act as he "plays the part" of a regal, wealthy, influential man of British society. That is simply his personality. He is not above doing what is needed, he just enjoys the ease that stature provides. He is not at all bashful about his identity, either Argoman or Sir Reginald. He doesn't seek to hide his identity too hard either, making such a mild attempt that it makes it laughable the police haven't figured it out by now.

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