Lee Stetson aka Scarecrow, secret agent working for the elusive Agency, inadvertently embroils housewife, divorcée and mother of two Amanda King in a dangerous mission.

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Billy Melrose (as Mel Stuart)
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Mrs. Welch
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Celeste van Kreswinkle
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Lee Stetson aka Scarecrow, secret agent working for the elusive Agency, inadvertently embroils housewife, divorcée and mother of two Amanda King in a dangerous mission.

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Amanda: How did you find me?
Lee: We have our ways.
Amanda: I thought only spies and Nazis said that.
Lee: Well, I'm not a Nazi...
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Stars lift 80s rom-com spy fare
15 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; An unemployed single mother becomes caught up in a game of international intrigue with a dashing secret agent.

I never watched Scarecrow and Mrs. King growing up, though I did often stick around long enough to listen to the theme song (remember those?). The basic premise stretches credibility farther than the waistband on Wilford Brimley's trousers, but it's not trying to be realistic. The tone here is light and frothy, where the bloodless action is carried out with a smile. Stars Bruce Boxleitner (Tron) and Kate Jackson (Charlie's Angels) share good chemistry and attack the somewhat mediocre material with commendable gusto. Backed by a cast of solid supporting actors, they lift the material into an entertaining, if disposable, bit of fluff.


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