PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Crime
In 1969, American International Pictures reissued this film on a double bill with Three in the Attic (1968).
Woman in control room:
You had us worried. What have you been up to?
Phil Moscowitz: Well, nothing much really to report... by the way, I was almost shot and killed just before the opening credits.
When the Port of Yokohama is shown, the captions call it "Yokahama".
In the closing credits, Woody Allen watches a striptease. The credits appear on the right side of the screen as the striptease goes on and at the end there is a statement: "And if you have been reading this instead of looking at the girl, then see your psychiatrist, or go to a good eye doctor." And then an eye chart appears.
The 2003 DVD release of this film contains both the original Woody Allen dubbing, and the revised audio track.
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