Bob Hunt is a put upon social worker who has had enough of the bad service of public utilities. He decides to organize resitance to the phone, gas and water monopolies but also wants to impress policewoman Marion Edwards.
Sir John's a Japanese spy...a down-and-out drunk...a wealthy aristocrat and Grandfather Punk! Pamela's classy, she's brassy...a French Maid who mixes seduction with deduction. [Australia Theatrical] See more »
What could possibly have prompted John Gielgud to appear in this abomination. I have a hard time believing it was for the money. Talk about a blemish on ones career. And Robert Hays was the same character in this movie as he was in "Airplane" which was a really funny movie.
This film is idiotic, humorless, the acting is atrocious and I have a hard time believing it was a "release" rather than an "escape." The only reason I gave it a 3 rating is because there are some nice shots of London, which is one of my favorite cities.
I strongly recommend that you curl up with a bad book rather than view this piece of tripe masquerading as movie.
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