Think Sean Connery is the only spy-movie star in his family? Think again. Sean’s younger brother Neil Connery also had a bit of an acting career. He made his film debut in 1967, as a character named — yes — Dr. Neil Connery, in a movie called Operation Kid Brother, an Italian spoof of the genre his brother made famous. The original title was even less subtle: OK Connery. In the film, Dr. Connery, a plastic surgeon, is drawn into his brother’s secret-agent lifestyle. The best place to see Operation Kid Brother these days may be in its appearance on an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000, the cult-classic show that provides mocking movie commentary.