Robinson and Scott are assigned to chaperon Kathy, the spoiled teenage daughter of a powerful advisor to the President. Things go seriously wrong when Kathy gets mixed up in a drug smuggling ring.

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Harry Raybould ...
Porada
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Filipa (as Estelita)
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Miguel
Fred Carson ...
Rivera
Chet Stratton ...
Peterson
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Kelly and Scott babysit the spoiled brat teenage daughter of an American "VVVIP" while she vacations in Taxco, Mexico. The irksome assignment assumes an air of danger after the girl buys a traditional mask that certain parties are determined to get back at all costs. Written by Gary R. Peterson

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6 April 1966 (USA)  »

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The mask Kathy buys is shown to have a hollow section on its lower back, except for the scene where the attempt is made to steal it at the outdoor market. Just before Miguel throws the firecrackers, Kathy says she likes her mask better and holds the mask with its back facing the camera, where it is clearly flat and solid. The hollow-backed prop returns for all subsequent scenes. See more »

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Alexander Scott: [Taking over Kelly's unfinished game of solitaire] You're the only man I know that will use deuces and jokers wild at a solitaire game.
Kelly Robinson: Gotta win a game once in a while.
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References The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (1959) See more »

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