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The day-dreaming Bo Baker is reluctantly hired by his uncle, to help out at his detective agency. Bo's inept attempts to aid a damsel in distress inadvertantly cause him to foil a Nazi plot and win him the girl. Written by
It has it's moments. I think this movie is worth seeing just for the scene in which the Nazi millionaire fires a shotgun at cute teddy bears in his backyard. "Auf weidersehn Chubby!" Although at times the over the top parody is tedious.
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