I remember seeing this movie or television episode on TV as a child, probably during the early to mid-70’s, though it appeared to have been made in the late ’60’s. It was in English and in color. The tone was light-hearted and campy. The only thing I remember is a scene, probably near the end of the movie, in which a man is being held captive and standing upright in something like a cage at the center of what resembles an operating theater. But this is no ordinary cage. This cage contains mechanical arms which can be used to remove the prisoner’s clothing. The prisoner is wearing a uniform with a white shirt and blazer. The blazer has a badge on it, which looks like a coat of arms. The prisoner’s clothes are slowly being removed in the scene while a handful of spectators watch from above. The spectators as I recall are all women. In the nick of time, the “good guys” (who are men, though one of them might have been a woman), who wear similar uniforms, charge in and free the prisoner. One of them gives a speech, and the “bad guys” are foiled. Not a lot to go on, but perhaps someone out there also saw it, and like me, thought, “What on earth is this?” Thanks.