Cameron and Tim are identical in appearance...easy when they are the same guy (Jack Lincoln). But in real life they are quite different: Cameron, the movie star, and Tim, the out-of-work actor. Cameron, playing silly movie roles and being surrounded by air head females, is bored with his stardom; so he proposes to Tim that they switch roles so that he can have some time by himself.
Things go well until Tim, as Cameron, signs a "deal memo" to do another silly movie that Cameron definitely doesn't want to do.
Then Jennings (Kelli McCarty) discovers the identity switch but agrees to play along. In the meantime Lisa (Flower), a Hollywood gossip reporter threatens to reveal "the secret." However, it's not the identity secret, but his signing to do the role in "Space Buddies 2." When Karen (Catalina Larranaga), Cameron's serious lover, catches Tim/Cameron "rewarding" Lisa for not printing the story, the plot thickens.
Tracy Smith's role as Jennifer, an important Hollywood star, was far too small IMHO, she is the most beautiful of the Indigo "repertory theatre," and, arguably, among all current actresses. This movie is a good example of how it is possible to have an hour and a half's entertainment without blowing body parts all over the screen, wrecking dozens of cars in "action" sequences, or even exploiting the power and evils of the Mafia. Well done, Ms Cauthen!
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