Most people's perception of secret agent Matt Helm was derived from the four 1960s big screen feature films starring Dean Martin as a thinly-veiled Hugh Hefner, mixing sexual escapes, hi tech gadgets and puns that qualify as guilty pleasures. However, those films were always a thorn in the side of purists who were dedicated to the real Matt Helm, whose adventures they enjoyed in the pages of the novels written by Donald Hamilton, who passed away in 2006. Matt Helm: The Unofficial Homepage offers interesting insights and articles pertaining to the literary aspect of the Sixties superspy - and he's a far cry from Dino's interpretation. Hamilton created his hero as a serious persona who engaged in gritty espionage work with nary a Slaygirl in sight. To visit the site, click here.