The File On Dr. Fink

Album: Come Spy With Me (1966)
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  • "The File On Dr Fink" is the opening number from the 1966 musical comedy Come Spy With Me. Like the rest of the score it was written by Bryan Blackburn. Running to 3 minutes 2 seconds, "The File On Dr Fink" begins with a spoken introduction by Gribble, the head of M.I.6, who was played initially by Alan Curtis. The song - such as it is - introduces the villain of the show and his associates. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England
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