Agent for H.A.R.M.,
Agent for H.A.R.M. is a 1966 science fiction spy thriller directed by Gerd Oswald and starring Mark Richman, one of several spy thrillers of the era with conspicuous sci-fi elements. Here, the deadly spores turn human flesh into fungus on contact.
The film was intended to be the television pilot for a new spy series. However, it was later decided to be given a theatrical release instead. It was released as a double feature with Wild Wild Winter.