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Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title (1966)

Not Rated | | Comedy | May 1966 (USA)
A man is mistaken by foreign agents for a defecting cosmonaut and must prove his identity while evading capture.


Harmon Jones


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Complete credited cast:
Morey Amsterdam ... Charlie Yuckapuck
Rose Marie ... Annie
Richard Deacon ... Mr. Travis / Police Chief
Joey Adams Joey Adams ... 1st Digger
Andy Albin Andy Albin ... 2nd Digger
Henry Corden ... Professor Lerowski
Michael Ford Michael Ford ... Jim Holliston
Jack Heller ... Mr. Big (as Jackie Heller)
Tim Herbert ... Seed / Samu
Peggy Mondo Peggy Mondo ... Fat KEB agent
Carmen Phillips ... Olga
January Jones January Jones ... Magda Anders
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maxie Rosenbloom ... Foreign Agent (scenes deleted) (as Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom)


Charlie Yuckapuck is mistaken by Klavashian intelligence agents for a defecting cosmonaut named Yascha Nudnik. Charlie works in a diner with his friends Annie and Magda. When Magda inherits a bookstore, Charlie and Annie go to work for her, unaware that the bookstore is crawling with spies seeking to recover secrets stolen by the missing Nudnik. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Not Rated






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May 1966 (USA) See more »

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Final film of director Harmon Jones. See more »


Diner Customer: One hamburger and close the window.
Annie: One hamburger and close the window! Close the window?
Charlie Yuckapuck: Gee that's funny. Most people ask me to open the window.
Diner Customer: Yeah, well, close the window this time. The hamburger I had yesterday blew off the plate three times.
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Trust me: Nobody's worrying
18 January 2007 | by HandlinghandelSee all my reviews

I hoped the lazy, arch title would be deceptive. It isn't. The movie is a series of one-liners, improbable situations, and lackluster cameo appearances.

The joke in "The Aristocrats" is said to be old. Hey, it can't be as old as some of the ones used here; and it's much funnier.

Someone who had never seen The Dick Van Dyke TV show would be at a loss here. The stars are that show's delightful Rose Marie and the less delightful but reliably amusing Morey Amsterdam. Richard Deacon, also from the show, plays two roles.

Typical of the ineptitude displayed throughout is the "Beatnik" party the primary characters attend. At it, clean-cut people dance in very square fashion to music with a bland sound that predates rock 'n' roll. This music actually sounds like the theme song to "The Munsters" TV show. That show was pretty lame but it had distinct characters. To show how really bad this is, by comparison to this exceptionally slapdash and unfunny movie, "The Munsters" seems like Restoration Comedy.

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