Middle Eastern king Kusari is visiting New York and Jaime Sommers poses as his new social secretary to foil an assassination plot. Unfortunately the foreign agents recognize Jaime and try ... See full summary »

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Dr. Rudy Wells (credit only)
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Sam Sloan
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King Kusari
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Colonel Mostada (as Charles M. Cioffi)
Madison Arnold ...
John
Lou Tiano ...
Nick
René Assa ...
Kia
Stanley Brock ...
Wally
Dov Gottesfeld ...
Sharokah
Rachel Bard ...
Lynette
Elise Caitlin ...
Beth
Brian Burgess ...
Mr. Byron
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Middle Eastern king Kusari is visiting New York and Jaime Sommers poses as his new social secretary to foil an assassination plot. Unfortunately the foreign agents recognize Jaime and try to get rid of her. Sommers teams up with the chief of protocol Sam Sloan, who also happens to be a self indulgent lady killer. Sloan comes to think the assassination attempts are meant for him because of his gambling debts. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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25 March 1978 (USA)  »

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The stock footage of New York city shown during the opening credits appears to date to 1970 as 2 New York Plaza (completed in 1971) is shown under construction with approximately 20 floors complete. An empty foundation appears where 55 Water Street would later be constructed (completed in 1972.) See more »

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In the climatic scene when the final assassination attempt occurs, Oscar enters the room with his gun drawn, he then places the gun into his belt line as he turns to approach Jamie, then in the next scene his gun is still drawn and he puts it into his belt line again. See more »

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Oscar Goldman: If I know Sam, he'll be busy admiring your legs.
Jaime Sommers: What, is he hung up on bionics?
Oscar Goldman: No, no, I'm the one thats hung up on bionics, remember?
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