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For the Love of It (1980)

When a young couple end up with a number of top secret Russian documents, they become the targets of the CIA, the FBI, and even an evil toy-maker.

Director:

Hal Kanter
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Deborah Raffin ... Barbara
Jeff Conaway ... Russ
Barbi Benton ... Anita
Tom Bosley ... Norman
William Christopher ... Barton
Norman Fell ... Hall
Henry Gibson ... George
Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs ... Al
Adrian Zmed ... Fernando
Adam West ... Jock Higgins
Pat Morita ... Ishihara
Don Rickles ... Jim Joy
Jack Carter ... Existentialist
Tony Epper Tony Epper ... Warren
Abbe Kanter Abbe Kanter ... Caterer
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An entrepreneur discovers a plan the Russians have for taking over the Middle East. He wants to use it to create a new video game called "Doom's Day," but the KGB, the CIA and the FBI have different ideas, and all of them are after the tape, too. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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She's the most chased woman in California. Whatever she's got...everybody wants!


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The Jim Joy Toy Factory in this movie was actually the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center, Encino, Ca. @ 6337 Balboa Blvd. I was stationed there and watched them film the scenes. It was much more enjoyable to watch them make it, than watching the movie. See more »

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PROBABLY NOT WORTH WATCHING, EVEN FOR THE CURIOUS.
21 March 2004 | by rsoonsaSee all my reviews

This slapdash comedy, loosely directed by Hal Kanter, concerns an effort by three U.S. government agencies, Army Intelligence, the C.I.A. and the F.B.I. to regain a stolen microchip that would allow the Soviet Union, if it obtained the item, to control Middle Eastern oil supplies, but the chip is unmindfully in the possession of a young woman played by Deborah Raffin who must subsequently evade not only Federal agents but an amorous young man as well, accompanied by his two friends; obviously created solely for light entertainment, the silly film has slipshod production values, but all involved seem to be enjoying themselves, which is worth something, some witty lines are scattered amid foolish slapstick, and Raffin is appealing as the pursued.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 September 1980 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Geheimcode Chaos See more »

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Fries Entertainment See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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