April and Mark go to France to stop a school for commandos from stealing a truckload of American money.

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April Dancer
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Marcel Hillaire ...
Prof. Plato Pamplemousse
Steve Harmon ...
Jean
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Desiree
Michael Shillo ...
Octave d'Oeuf
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Bebe
Dick Bullock ...
Driver
Gary McLarty ...
Driver
Joe Finnegan ...
Driver
Everett Creach ...
Driver
Alan Gibbs ...
Driver
Michael Marriott ...
Driver
William Deming ...
Driver
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April and Mark go to France to stop a school for commandos from stealing a truckload of American money.

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7 March 1967 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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What a mess! What's New Pussycat meets Mad, Mad, World
9 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a mess! Only the French could love a farce such as this episode turned out to be. A patriotic Frenchman and his lover are planning to rob an armored car, and make off with the dough. There are so many allusions to better attempted heist films that the writers should have been given more time to re-think their efforts. Nannette Fabray has more lovers than Peter O' Toole in "What's New Pussycat", which also featured a Petit Prix race. You really need a score card to figure out who's double-crossing who, with a talented cast trying to do justice to mediocre material. There are hints of "Wacky Races", and you can almost imagine Dick Dastardly planning the heist. The ending is so silly, that it leaves you wondering just what was it you watched? Unfortunately, repeated viewings still don't make sense.


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