Approved | | Action, Comedy, Romance
American actor, Bob Hunter, travels to Paris to purchase the rights to a highly sought after script, and meets his French counterpart Fernydel along the way, but a sinister organization seems to be targeting Hunter for a mysterious reason.
Another Sammy Cahn / Jimmy Van Heusen number, "Nothing in Common", performed by Bob Hope and Martha Hyer, was cut from the final print, although Hope's intro line, "Great night for singing, hmm?" remains.
Robert Leslie Hunter:
I ought to buy a lot here. This could catch on.
Bob Hope was credited as a writer in the titles as Robert Hope. His real name was not Robert - it was Leslie Townes Hope.
The film's title, producer and director credits come at the four minute mark, after cast, credits and opening scenes have already been shown.