Condorman is an early '80s Disney movie that's part James Bond and part Pink Panther. It's not good by an objective standard, but I remember enjoying it as a wee lad. I suppose it's held up as best it can. The "special effects" are terrible, but the characters are decent. And Michael Crawford is pretty charismatic as the lead. The score by Henry Mancini is also not terrible.
5 dead bodies. Cane-machine-gun fu, Fake Porsche fu, gratuitous Gypsies. 2 stars.
Saw this movie in the cinema when I was a wee lad, too. Loved it.
As you say, special effects are nothing, well, special but it was an enjoyable, entertaining movie. I'm sure that my kids would love it if I showed it to them now.