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Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title (1966)

| Comedy | May 1966 (USA)
A man is mistaken by foreign agents for a defecting cosmonaut and must prove his identity while evading capture.

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Charlie Yuckapuck
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Annie
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Mr. Travis / Police Chief
Joey Adams ...
1st Digger
Andy Albin ...
2nd Digger
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Professor Lerowski
Michael Ford ...
Jim Holliston
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Mr. Big (as Jackie Heller)
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Seed / Samu
Peggy Mondo ...
Fat KEB agent
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Olga
January Jones ...
Magda Anders
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Foreign Agent (scenes deleted) (as Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom)
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Charlie Yuckapuck is mistaken by Klavashian intelligence agents for a defecting cosmonaut named Yascha Nudnik. Charlie works in a diner with his friends Annie and Magda. When Magda inherits a bookstore, Charlie and Annie go to work for her, unaware that the bookstore is crawling with spies seeking to recover secrets stolen by the missing Nudnik. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Final film of director Harmon Jones. See more »

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Diner Customer: One hamburger and close the window.
Annie: One hamburger and close the window! Close the window?
Charlie Yuckapuck: Gee that's funny. Most people ask me to open the window.
Diner Customer: Yeah, well, close the window this time. The hamburger I had yesterday blew off the plate three times.
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Lame and witless
8 November 1998 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

The (non-)title is a dead giveaway.

This movie is notable for having its cast derived from the old Dick Van Dyke Show. Buddy, Sally, Mel, and Alan, they're all here, only this time they're not funny. We know the actors and actress are good, and their characters are tried and true. All we lack is a script. Don't worry, we'll think up a script after we start shooting.


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