Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale are still spies for the mean little country of Pottsylvania, where, sandwiched between the nations Wrestlemania and Yoursovania, the Cold War is still frigid. Their Fearless Leader hatches a plan to capture a time-reverse micro-chip, using the two spies as high-profile patsies. They clumsily defect to America and try to unravel F.L.'s master plan. But can these dim-witted fools survive a secret assassin, exploding potatoes and the temptations of capitalism? And what of their old foes, "Moosk unt Squoirrel"? Written by
Michael "Rabbit" Hutchison <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It's Good to be Bad!
17 April 1992 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Boris & Natasha in Our Boy Badenov
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
Rocky and Bullwinkle from Rocky and His Friends
(1959) do not appear in the film because the production company, which was already struggling financially at the time of production, was unable to secure the rights to those characters. See more
[In regards to their new neighbors
What do you think?
I think he is as dumb as a sack of hammers.
After the end credits, the Bellhop is seen still speaking to the corpse of Mr. X / Willie. See more
Day to Day Man
Written and Produced by David Darling
(as David 'Slam' Darling) and David Kitay
(as D. Kitay)
Performed by Shol Simon
Used by permission of Golden Monkey See more