This omnibus James Bond satire, assembled by producer Charles K. Feldman, was met with lukewarm reviews upon first release, only to develop a significant cult following in the decades since. It’s a messy, high-speed string of anecdotes and vignettes, with a too-good-to-be-true lineup of stars: Peter Sellers pitting himself against a villainous Orson Welles in a high-stakes game of Baccarat; Woody Allen nervously escaping one firing squad, only to leap a wall and find himself up against another; David Niven fending off the advances of an estate’s worth of beautiful female spies under the command of a scene-stealing Deborah Kerr; as well as appearances by Charles Boyer, Jean-Paul Belmondo, and Huston, who also directed one of the segments.