The Day the Fish Came Out (1967)
A cautionary tale. A plane carrying a weapon more dangerous than a nuclear weapon goes down near Greece. To prevent panic, the officials go in dressed as tourists (who are dressed so casually that the pilots assume that they are all gay). The pilots are not to make themselves known and can't contact the rescue team. The secrecy causes a comedy of errors including the desolate Greek Isle deciding that since tourists have now arrived, they have to become touristy.- Written by John Vogel <email@example.com>
See- there's these little brown eggs that are radioactive an s__ and so dangerous that the U.S. military agents put them in a large solid lead cube, which they loose on an island that has these cult-like dancers the military sees as gay because of everyone having cut-out fashions with mesh and lace-up sides and every Possible kind of pastel color, but the erratic dancing is interspersed with head-to-toe white- wearing guys saying "Salaam" to everybody in the outdoor restaurants and the four shepards who live on the island but who are confused with agents who having lost their clothes except for banana hammocks, are stealing laundry off o the peasants' clothes lines and fashioning robes out of it, while searching for a phone to call in the problem, but too late- one of the shepards has cut through the lead cube with a magic chemical that eats through everything (except for the jar that it is in and the hose that comes out of the jar) and his wife absently throws two of the radioactive eggs in the water supply and all the wildly dancing gay-touched but zombie-like tourists notice, all the fish rising to the top of the black sea ---- The End. See?- Written by Triangular Bombay
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