rigueur for supervillain henchmen of the time; see also Death Ray 2000/T.R. Sloane).
actually taped this one off of TV, so I watched it a number of times. I remember it as a pretty fair - if cheap - little Bondian adventure, written by Hammer Studios vet Jimmy Sangster (Deadlier Than The Male), who seemed to have a penchant for this type of stuff (He also penned the aforementioned Once Upon A Spy and one of the better episodes of A Man Called Sloane).
watched that old VHS tape a lot and dug it as a teenager who was just starting to
become obsessed with James Bond and spy-fi. I wish I still had that