Suki-Yaki, Schickelgruber and Benito are falling into traps and mishaps again louder and funnier than those that laid them flat in "The Devil With Hitler"! It's a knock-'em-down and drag-'em-out comedy with block-busting laffs!
The Texas Rangers and Abbott & Costello rid the Rio Grande of Nazi agents;
'Wishy': I want to be like the Rangers when I die. I want to die with my boots on.
'Wishy': I got holes in my socks.
An American go-getter and a gorgeous English girl stake their lives to foil the Nazis...white the British garrison waited for the onrush of the wild Arab hordes! (original poster)
And German actor Wilhelm von Brincken changed his billing-name to William Vaughn...for the duration.
Dr. Max Heinrich von Altermann(John Carradine): Against an army of zombies, no armies could stand. Why, even blown half to bits - undaunted by fire and gas - zombies would fight on so long as the brain cells which receive and execute commands still remain intact.
Foreign correspondent, the only reporter in Europe who missed reporting the invasion of Russia by Germany, gets recalled to Washington D.C., where he (accidently)uncovers a nest of Nazi spies operating a beauty parlor.
Samuel Thornton: Our enemies are the warlords and their followers, not just one person or one group. We must shatter the mailed fist forever... and silence their cry of blood and iron, with blood and iron.
Actor Rudolph Anders changes his billing name to Robert O. Davis after Germany's invasion of Poland...but he still gets type-cast as a Nazi flying a Zeppelin over the Texas oil filelds for twelve weeks.
A radio singer, on a program sponsored by undercover Nazi agents, is given a song list that contains coded messages about the shipment of American lend-lease airplanes (America is not in the war yet) to England.