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Frustrated housewife/writer Cathy Palmer ghostwrites a story about Rebecca Ryan, a dashing international spy, and wins a trip to Paris. While there, she is involved in an accident, and awakens in the hospital believing she IS Rebecca Ryan. Much craziness ensues as she meets the writer of the Rebecca Ryan books, thwarts real international spies, and eventually gets her memory back.Written by
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When Cathy and Alan are on the roof of the mansion, Cathy is seen wearing high heeled boots. When the boards they are walking on give way underneath them and they are left hanging from a bar over the water, you can see Cathy's boots no longer have heels. See more »
What are you trying to tell me? Is she Rebecca Ryan or is she not Rebecca Ryan?
I told you! There is no such person.
But she sat right here!
No! She thinks she's a character in a book. She thinks I'm a character in a book. She even thinks my mother is a character in a book. The woman is crazy!
She is not the only one.
Look, you have got to do something because the priest's death was not an accident. That bullet, and this one, were meant for Rebecca.
The women that does not exist...
No, of ...
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Starts off like Romancing the Stone, but then stumbles, ruining the talents of stars Williams and Conti. The script isn't tight enough. The direction is too tame. Most of the film is forced into silly slapstick gags that sabotage the film's chances.
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