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(1983)

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Even though both Terence Hill and Bud Spencer can speak Italian at native level, they are dubbed in the Italian version of this movie by Pino Locchi and Glauco Onorato respectively.
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The make and model of the car with Texas number-plates, and horns, lights and a big bull-horn on the bonnet and six spotlights on the front mudguard, was a gold painted 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III.
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This spy spoof parodied a number of story elements from the James Bond film franchise. The movie had hostile henchmen waiters (Diamonds Are Forever (1971)); a space-shuttle (Moonraker (1979)); a wet-bike and nuclear submarine (The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)); and gold-colored grease spilled from the rear of a sports car (Goldfinger (1964)).
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One of a number of Terence Hill / Bud Spencer movies set in Miami, Florida. The films include Go For It (Go for It (1983)), Crime Busters (Crime Busters (1977)), Super Fuzz aka Super Snooper (Super Fuzz (1980)) and Miami Supercops (1985).
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Terence Hill and Bud Spencer play characters mistaken for spies in this spy spoof. Similarly, in their next movie, Miami Supercops (1985), the two play secret agents who go undercover as policemen.
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The stock footage of the space shuttle feature in the movie that K1 wanted to blow up, is the maiden voyage of the Challenger that went into space on April 4, 1983. Indeed, a few years later, the Challenger indeed blew up on January 28, 1986, resulting in the death of all seven crew members.
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The birth names of Terence Hill and Bud Spencer are Mario Girotti and Carlo Pedersoli respectively.
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Amazonian model-actress Faith Minton's character is a hench-woman named "La Fatalona" which is an Italian word which means vamp of femme fatale. Released in the same 1983 was Never Say Never Again (1983) which featured a bad Bond Girl played by Barbara Carrera called Fatima Blush.
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The amount of money in the suitcase was $ 1 million.
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The name of the villain was K1. The wording on the t-shirts that his henchmen wore said "I Love K1". The K1 character is only ever known by this name and has no personal name in the movie. "K1" has no designated meaning as stated by the character.
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Terence Hill and Bud Spencer each play dual roles in this movie. They are Rosco Frazer / Steinberg and Doug O'Riordan / Mason respectively.
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