Approved | | Comedy, Crime, Romance
When a mentally disturbed young man tells a pretty girl that he's a secret agent, she believes him, and murder and mayhem ensue.
The movie that Dennis and Sue Ann go to see in their local theater is Roger Corman's "The St. Valentine's Day Massacre", released by Twentieth Century Fox a year before this film was released. The same scene that is glimpsed here also turns up as stock footage in a later film, "Capone" (1974), which Corman produced.
Sue Ann Stepanek:
You are some character, Dennis. I'm surprised the C.I.A. lets you out without a keeper.
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