Got my hands on the new Twilight Time blu ray of "Our Man Flint". It wasn't the dramatic improvement I had hoped for, but is the best rendition that this film will ever have.
Despite a lot of intentionally cheezy special effects shots, this still holds up as sort of a rival contender of Bond, as well as a spoof of the genre. Neither Matt Helm nor Austin Powers. This is due to the selection of James Coburn who was finally given a starring role. He had appeared in Magnificent Seven, Hell is For Heroes, Charade, Major Dundee and The Great Escape and appeared to be lurching toward stardom. This is the one rocketed him to the top.
Worth a look.
We deal in lead, friend.