Inspired by the super-spy boom of the sixties, Mario Bava took one of the most beloved characters in European comics and made a swinging, psychedelic, pop-art heist film, complete with sexy ladies, sexy cars, and a bed literally made of money. With a classic score by Ennio Morricone, Danger: Diabolik is Europe's answer to the films of James Bond and Derek Flint, and is just as good.