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The Killing Bottle

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The Killing Bottle
Directed bySenkichi Taniguchi
Produced byTomoyuki Tanaka
Written byShinichi Sekizawa
Based onZettai zatsumi by Michio Tsuzuki
StarringTatsuya Mihashi
Nick Adams
Kumi Mizuno
Annu Mari
Makoto Sato
Jun Tazaki
Akihiko Hirata
Yoshio Tsuchiya
Tetsu Nakamura
Music bySadao Bekku
CinematographyYoshio Nishikawa
Edited byYoshimin Kuroiwa
Distributed byToho
Release date
  • February 11, 1967 (1967-02-11)
Running time
93 minutes

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The Killing Bottle (国際秘密警察 絶体絶命, Kokusai himitsu keisatsu: Zettai zatsumi), also known as ''Driven to the Wall'' is a 1967 Japanese comedy-spy film directed by Senkichi Taniguchi. It was the fifth and last installment of the International Secret Police, a parody series based on James Bond.


ISP agent Jiro Kitami meet a mysterious foreigner where the woman revived evidence of the assassination plan of the Buddha Prime Minister. A police agent named John Carter was dispatched from New York to prevents an assassination. The assassin group is called ZZZ, a international crime organization that was set up in Hong Kong and other parts of the world. Their leader trained professional killers with new weapons for the targets. The ZZZ was commissioned by anti-main streamers who surged that the Prime Minister’s policy was equivalents to the destruction of a traditional country.

Eventually, the Prime Minister (accompanied by General Rubesa and a Turkish officer) arrived as observer in Japan. At the same time, two passengers (Detective Ken Hayata and Miss Ayako) were found dead in the back of the plane by ZZZ assassins. The proof photo of a mysterious woman was taken by police officer Shimada in Hong Kong before his death. This photograph shows a man wearing a medal on his hand.

On John’s head was a swaying medal are in the hands of General Rubesa and a Turkish officer. The Prime Minister has a good time at Lake Akashi in Hakone, where ZZZ is planning on killing him. But this was prevented by Jiro and Carter. Hayata has been John’s old partner during the Korean War, now they battled each other. The Prime Minister stays in Japan to do some another tour and the situation was urgent. He went on a trip in Nara Dreamland. A battle between ZZZ assassins and two ISP agents, who tried to prevent them from killing the Prime Minister. After a long battle, the organization was destroyed and Jiro learned that the mysterious woman is working with General Rubesa, who reveled to be working with the ZZZ.


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