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Nick Danger in The Case of the Missing Yolk (1983)

The Yolks, a poor hillbilly family, are transported to a high-tech, futuristic home with all the latest gadgets, doo-dads and labor-saving devices. They soon begin to realize that their old... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Philip Austin ...
Nick Danger / Pa Yolk / Dr. Bob
Peter Bergman ...
Lt. Bradshaw / Yoey Yolk / Judge Knot
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Rocky Rococo / Ma Yolk / Dr. Dogg
Wendy Cutler ...
Sunny
Christie Kaatz ...
Rhonda Jo Stingray
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Bo
Ken Greenwald ...
The Perfesser
Robert Lesser ...
The Genius (as Bob Lesser)
Susan Dear ...
Tricia Wigg
Ellen Lent ...
Nurse Bambi (as Ellen Winchell)
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Oliver Dear ...
Berzerk Robot / Rat-in-the-Box Boy
Lark Geib ...
Boobie Chew Girl
Jenny McPhee ...
Boobie Chew Girl
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The Yolks, a poor hillbilly family, are transported to a high-tech, futuristic home with all the latest gadgets, doo-dads and labor-saving devices. They soon begin to realize that their old life may not have been so bad after all, especially when their son gets mixed up with a TV star and the family hires a strange private investigator to find him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Welcome To The Future, Suckers!

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30 June 1983 (USA)  »

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Some of the jokes reference the 1968 Firesign Theatre album that debuted the Nick Danger character, How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All. When Rocky Rococo snarls to Nick Danger about ordering pizza, this is a reference to the opening of The Further Adventures Of Nick Danger, in which Danger rushes into his office to answer his phone, gets a request for a pizza, and caustically tells the caller that he has the wrong number. See more »

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[Danger reaches across and rips off Rococo's soul patch]
Rocky Rococo: Ow! My jazz beard!
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Absolutely hilarious!
6 June 2002 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

I loved Nick Danger and The Case of the Missing Yolks. Never found anyone who had seen it but me and some friends (some liked it, some hated it.) It's great to find I'm not the only one who likes it. Were there other Nick Danger movies? Was this the Oz (Peter Bergman) who was broadcasting on the radio in the LA area on public radio in the mid to late 60's? I loved listening to him. Liz


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