Annie volunteers to pose as a dead stewardess whom she bears an uncanny likeness to in order to find the killer.

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Only gentle 'baby' Chris seeks dating advice from fellow softy Sam, but his reputation is improving in this adventure. After a second murdered stewardess's corpse is dumped on the streets, the team keeps that quiet so Annie can go undercover impersonating her, Sam poses as off-duty pilot 'Tom Cruise'. An apparent perv drug bust proves a false trail. Straight bigot prejudice nearly ruins the trail to slick pilot Ronald Harris and his stewardess wife's swingers party attended by airline staff, where Hunt arrives with his own date. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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The title is based on the autobiography "Coffee, Tea or Me?" written by Trudy Baker and Rachel Jones about their adventures as airline stewardesses. The TV movie Coffee, Tea or Me? (1973) was loosely based on the book and was about a bigamist stewardess played by Karen Valentine. See more »

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In the opening scene when Gene, Sam, Chris and Ray are walking toward the body, you can see a Direcway dish mounted on the wall on the building behind them. Satellite Internet technology wasn't invented for another 20 years. See more »

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References All the Right Moves (1983) See more »

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Point Me in the Direction of Albuquerque
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Written by Tony Romeo
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