PG | | Comedy, Music
Parody of WWII spy movies in which an American rock and roll singer becomes involved in a Resistance plot to rescue a scientist imprisoned in East Germany.
After Nick finishes singing in the restaurant, a musician wearing a head band can be seen smashing his guitar. This is a reference to Pete Townshend of The Who.
Nick, I've tried everything: the embassy, the German government, the consulate. I even talked to the U.N. ambassador. It's no use, I just can't bring my wife to orgasm.
The darts thrown at the airplane target change positions from the first scene to when Hilary and Nick arrive and Hilary hugs her father.
The end credits include all manner of silliness, including jokes, gags, and a music video.
Several scenes are in the television version that are not in the video release version:
English, German, Yiddish
$4,406,205 (USA) (24 June 1984)