Limo driver John Bourgignon is engaged to Nancy Reese. Her father, Congressman Ed Reese, is running for president and crusading against cult leader Sun Yi. Misadventure and intrigue stalk John and Nancy's path to the altar. Written by
The good, the bad, and the stupid.
Did You Know?
The movie's tagline "The Good, The Bad and The Stupid" spoofed the title of the spaghetti western The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (See: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
(1966)). See more
Whatcha lookin' at, bro?
The entire plot of the movie is told in a rap song during the opening credit:
Well John's the lead in this meaty scene He's the Candyman, if you know what I mean. And he drives a long black limousine With his sidekick Chick! [car horn sound] Now John's the drummer out in the street, But the man can't even keep a beat So he spins his wheels to make ends meet. You got it? [Girl's voice: "Huh?"] Stay with me now! John's got a pretty little fiancé. When her daddy's trying to pull a power play, And if Big Daddy gets his way, Our man John will be wearing seaman's shooooooes! See more
Written by Richard Rodgers
and Lorenz Hart
Performed by The Marcels
courtesy of Key Seven Music See more