Agent for H.A.R.M. is a 1966 science fiction spy thriller (spy-fi) directed by Gerd Oswald and starring Peter Mark Richman. It is one of a number of spy thrillers of the time which have conspicuous sci-fi elements. In this case it is the inclusion of deadly spores which turn human flesh into fungus on contact.
It was originally intended that this film would act as the television pilot for a new spy series. However, it was later decided that it should be given a theatrical release instead. It was initially released as a double feature with Wild Wild Winter.
In 1997 this film was featured on movie-mocking television show Mystery Science Theater 3000, as experiment (episode) #815. The name of the organization, H.A.R.M. (specifically just the acronym), would later be used and parodied in the 2000 video game The Operative: No One Lives Forever and its sequels.