S*H*E was a made-for-TV movie where a seductive female spy tries to stop a team of international terrorists from sabotaging the United Nations through commando strikes on the world's oil supply. It aired on CBS on February 23, 1980, and starred Omar Sharif, Cornelia Sharpe, Anita Ekberg, and RL. It was filmed at least partially in Italy.
It was a pilot for a weekly TV adventure series, and a second movie (tentatively titled S*H*E II) was also scripted, but the project was abandoned when the proposed series was turned down by the network.
The movie has been released on video. Even though it is out of print, you can find copies frequently on eBay.
The initials in the title of this made-for-TV movie stand for "Security Hazard Expert"--an apt description for the heroine, sexy superspy Lavinia Kean (Cornelia Sharpe). Shuttling throughout Italy and Germany, Lavinia thwarts the villainous machinations of Italian blackmailer Cesare Magnanon (Omar Sharif). Anita Ekberg makes her much-heralded return to television in the role of Dr. Else Biebling. First telecast February 23, 1980, on CBS, S*H*E was written by Richard Maibaum, a veteran of the James Bond films, as the pilot for a weekly adventure series. Maibaum also scripted a followup, tentatively titled S*H*E II, which was abandoned when the proposed series failed to make a network sale.
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