A former dictator, now in exile in Miami, plans to make a deal with the Syndicate -- they will finance the coup that will return him to rule his homeland in exchange for his promise to legalize gambling in the country once he regains power. The IMF agents use the dictator's fondness for gourmet food to gain entry to his house in order to make sure that the bargain never takes place. Written by
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The IMF wants gangster Frank Layton (Warren Stevens) to believe that Gen. Neyron (Albert Paulsen) has signed a contract with a reclusive billionaire to double-cross the Syndicate. To do this, they forge Neyron's signature on a substitute contract that supposedly deals with gambling rights in the General's home country. The creators apparently borrowed a standard form entertainment agreement as a prop, however; the text immediately above the signature line, which is visible in a couple of shots even without freeze-framing the picture, deals with television and production rights. See more