Condorman (1981)

The creator of a comic-book series (Michael Crawford) is recruited by a friend in the CIA (James Hampton) to rescue a beautiful Soviet defector (Barbara Carrera). He agrees, as long as he is permitted to don the persona of his most famous… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: August 7, 1981
DVD Release Date: May 18, 1999
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Time Out

An ideological intervention from the Disney machine: the Cold War re-heated for the kiddies.

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TV Guide

The film is pleasant but too hackneyed and heavy-handed to work well.

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John Corry
New York Times

It is painless and chaste, and it has a lot of beautiful scenery and beautiful clothes. There are worse things to watch while you eat popcorn.

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Scott Weinberg

Bland and bizarre attempt at Disneyfied super-heroics.

Douglas Pratt

Young children will be unmoved by the film, but older children will enjoy it, as will adults looking for some mindless fun.

Clint Morris

Stick to TV's Greatest American Hero

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Flixster Audience Score: 64% Flixster User Reviews
Jon Lantz
This was one of my favorite movies growing up. It is a light hearted, funny movie that I have seen a hundred times and can pretty well quote the whole thing.… More
Ken Stachnik
One of the many misguided live-action films that Disney made in the late 70's/early 80's was Condorman. It's the kind of film that sounds like it… More
David Sayers
I used to watch this repeatedly when I was young. To me it was my dream to be a superhero and Condorman managed to achieve this. Today we have films like… More