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A 1966 comedy, the directorial debut of Creator/WoodyAllen.

It's a GagDub of a Japanese spy film and ''Film/JamesBond'' clone called ''International Secret Police: Key of Keys'', in which superspy Phil Moscowitz searches for a secret egg salad recipe stolen from the leader of a "real-sounding but non-existent" country. The idea of a GagDub was so new that Woody Allen appears in an interview segment at the beginning to explain the concept.

!!This version of the film contains examples of:

* AndCallHimGeorge: Quoted verbatim from the original.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: "They kill, they maim, and they call information for numbers they could easily look up in the phone book."
* AudienceParticipation: Phil asks the audience to believe in his gun having bullets so that he can shoot the villain.
* BreakingTheFourthWall:
-->'''Phil Moscowitz:''' Nothing much to report - oh, somebody tried to shoot me before the opening credits.
* FloweryInsults: "Russian snake!" "Anglo-Saxon hun!" "Spartan dog!" "Turkish taffy!" "Spanish Fly!"
* IncrediblyLamePun: "Two Wongs don't make a right."
* MsFanservice: ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' Playmate China Lee, who does a [[YouCanLeaveYourHatOn striptease]] during the closing credits.
-->'''Woody Allen:''' I promised her I'd put her in the film...somewhere.
* NoodleImplements:
-->'''Phil:''' Meet me in the bedroom in five minutes and bring a cattle prod.
* PunnyName: Teri Yaki and Suki Yaki.
* SoundtrackDissonance: The Lovin' Spoonful's upbeat folk soundtrack provides a complement to the GagDub dialogue in keeping things light, in spite of all the serious cloak-and-dagger action onscreen.
* ViewersAreMorons: Defied for comedy. Midway through, the film cuts back to the interviewer.
-->'''Interviewer:''' Woody, since the story is a bit difficult to follow, would you mind giving the audience and myself a brief rundown on what's gone on so far?
-->'''Woody Allen:''' ''(flatly)'' No.
* YouHaveToHaveJews: Japanese detective "Phil Moscowitz."
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