Farce about a British diplomat to a West Indian island nation who finds his idyllic existance thrown into chaos when a large American drilling company finds a huge source of natural mineral water there. Written by
Jonathan Broxton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
England wants the island dumped. France wants it bombed. America wants it wholesale. And Micahel Caine wants it . . . on the rocks. [USA theatrical]
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Did You Know?
The actual island in the movie is the Caribbean island St. Lucia, easily identified by the pointed peak in some scenes, one of the two Pitons, the island's most iconic landmarks. It was a former British colony that gained full independence in 1979 although it is still part of the British Commonwealth. See more
When Ms. Baxter speaks to her husband by megaphone, her voice sounds equally amplified despite the distance between mouth and the microphone varying wildly. See more
There was only one Gandhi. One anorexic little looney in a loin cloth and we lost an entire subcontinent.
Featured in Violence and the Censors
Music and lyrics by George Harrison
and Mike Moran
Sung by Jimmy Helms
(c)1984 Ganga Publishing BV See more