The generals are gathering for the NATO War Games in Belgium, so are the journalists and the salesmen. One of the first films to satirise NATO and the European Union in Brussels begins when a cynical arms dealer discovers he lives next door to an attractive pacifist from the 'Washington Post', whose best friend happens to be married to an American General.
Guns, Girls and Governments... he plays with them all!
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Did You Know?
During an on-set interview, Lee J. Cobb
said about his appearing in this movie in an article published in the May 1975 edition of Photoplay (U.K.) Magazine: "Someone slipped, obviously. But I'm glad they asked me. I'm enjoying it. Actually, I love playing comedy. That I'm a low comic at heart, is one of the best kept secrets in the world." See more
[On the fallacy of NATO.
Lieutenant General Henry Steedman
In NATO, you have to have unanimous approval from all the member nations. It's like getting a troop of horses to piss at the same time.
That Lucky Touch
Written by David Martin
and Geoff Morrow
Music by John Scott
Conducted by John Scott
Recorded by Motivation
Produced by Stephen James
for DJM Records See more