Commentary In Like Flint is the second of two James Bond spoofs starring James Coburn as American Secret Agent Derek Flint. Like its predecessor Our Man Flint, In Like Flint boasts lots of beautiful women as well as some fancy gadgets, including a cigarette lighter with 82 functions. In Like Flint is pure fun and excitement, much in the spirit of Bond but sillier.
Ex-Superspy Derek Flint (Coburn) is called out of retirement by his former boss Z.O.W.I.E. chief Lloyd Cramden (Cobb), telling Flint that the President has been replaced by an actor and that a group of evil women are taking over the world my means of subliminal advertising through a beauty salon.
Sexual Humor In Like Flint is filled with sexual humor, spoofing James Bond's seductive nature. The title In Like Flint is a parody of the phrase "In like Flynn", referring to actor Errol Flynn's womanizing. When Cramden first meets Flint in this film, he's living with three beautiful women. Flint explains that at one time he had five, but that he's "trying to cut down". He also explains that they're all different women than he'd had before, the former ones all happily married now, having been well "prepared" by him.
Here's the scene in which a group of evil women explain to Flint their plot to brainwash the women of the world in order to dominate mankind.