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Scott and Robinson are assigned the impossible job of keeping a particularly ornery touring comedian from embarrassing the United States. A Soviet agent along for the ride is assigned to encourage trouble. When the comedian's assistants start dying, our duo and the Russian begin a perverse version of "Old Maid", perhaps better named "Who will get caught with the dead girl." Written by David Foss

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22 March 1967 (USA)  »

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Referenced in Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (2007) See more »

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Rickles is Billigerent, Caustic and Funny.
7 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Have train will travel through the Spanish countryside. Three lovely ladies and a Russian terrorist makes for an hour of intrigue and murder. Marrianna Hill and her white stockings steal the show especially when she is handcuffed to a bench. You wonder if Cosby drugged her first. Don Rickles badgers his female troop and is constantly complaining but is hysterical. Barbara McNair and Diahn Williams are the other lovelies in this episode. Sit back and see if the carnage can be stopped or if Don Rickles mouth can be stifled. Cleverly Culp and Cosby conceal any traces of murder from the Spanish authorities. I enjoyed the train whistle which the editing dept used throughout this hour episode.


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