Coming soon to a computer near you: John Kerry (search) as ... Austin Powers (search)?

A new GOP Web video pokes fun at the Democratic presidential nominee-to-be, dubbing him "the international man of mystery" for declining to identify foreign leaders he has claimed support him over President Bush.

"Who are you? Honestly?" a voice asks.

The Republican National Committee (search) plans to e-mail its 60-second video to 400,000 GOP supporters Friday.

It's a spoof of the "Austin Powers" films, using similar background music, psychedelic colors and phrases associated with actor Mike Myers' (search) character, a fictional 1960s British spy.

"Allow myself to introduce ... myself," the voice says as two identical pictures of Kerry playing the guitar appear on screen. Phrases written in bubble letters on screen say: "John Kerry: International Man of Mystery" and "And My Foreign Supporters."

The video then shows several clips of Kerry, including one where he says: "I've had conversations with leaders. I've also had friends of mine who met with leaders. And I'm not going to betray the confidences of those leaders."