Format: TCM on DVR
Decade: 1960's (so very, very 1960's)
Director: Phil Karlson
Thanks to a misfire of the Google Fiber TV television schedule - I've found it. The most 1965-1968 movie ever made.
This is the second movie I've recorded by accident while trying to watch a recording of The Kissing Bandit as part of the Cyd Charisse month-long retrospective. Last time I'd accidentally recorded Singin' In the Rain, and this time...
I'd heard of The Silencers (1966) a while back, but never stumbled across it or had reason to watch it. It was always lumped in with movies that influenced Austin Powers about 30 years after this film arrived (and we're now almost as far from Austin Powers as this was from that! WOW, are we getting old). It stars Dean Martin as a sort of super-spy in a made-up NSA-type agency called "ICE".