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.
* ExecutiveMeddling: The studio put in footage of the Lovin' Spoonful singing to pad out the running time. Allen was not happy about this.
* 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, who comments that the plot is getting complicated and asks Woody to explain. Woody flatly refuses, so the film cuts back to the action.
* YouHaveToHaveJews: Japanese detective "Phil Moscowitz."