My oldest daughter and I were watching an episode of "Gilligan's Island" a few days ago and I realized actress Tina Louise was the only star of the show I had not seen (or, at least I didn't remember seeing) in a movie. This made me a bit curious and I ended up searching Netflix for one of her films and I ended up watching this movie last night. As it turns out, if this was a good example of her film work, I can fully understand why she isn't memorable as a film actress.
The best way to describe this film, in my opinion, is it is a poorly executed Americanized version of James Bond. The secret agent (Egan) reminded me of the more famous spy in many different ways, whether it was flirting with the ladies or easily gaining the upper hand on the bad guys. The only main difference was he had a much better cover story (he had a day job as a business executive) but wasn't quite as classy overall.