The Hollander family's European vacation is interrupted when their plane is forced to land in Vulgaria. The Hollanders leave the plane to take pictures which results in accusations of spying. Chased by Vulgarian soldiers, they take refuge in the American Embassy under the protection of the absent ambassador's hapless son. Written by
They're caught in a security leak!
Did You Know?
"Don't Drink the Water" opened at the Morosco Theater on November 17, 1966 and ran for 598 performances. Richard Libertini
reprises his role in the movie. See more
At the party near the end of the movie, Gleason takes a dignitary's wine glass. The next shot shows the dignitary holding the wine glass. Then, Gleason hands the glass back to the dignitary. See more
This embassy is United States territory. Nobody can be dragged out and shot without the written consent of the American government.
Referenced in Wendy's Palace
Don't Drink the Water
Music by Patrick Williams
(as Pat Williams)
Lyrics by Kelly Gordon
Sung by Jake Holmes See more