| Comedy, War
In World War II, a failed British Officer is selected by his uncle, a Brigadier with the War Office, to participate in a secret operation to "recover" looted artworks from the Nazis.
The closing epilogue and dedication states: "To all those who got away, this film is most respectfully dedicated."
Look Stanley, the British army isn't run by a lot of idiots you know.
A German staff car drives past the trucks but it is right hand drive instead of left.
At the end of the opening credits, there is a drawing depicting three officers in the "hear, see & speak no evil" stance with the words "the producers gratefully acknowledge the official cooperation of absolutely nobody.