After being fired from his job performing aboard a boat in Acapulco, Mike Windgren (Elvis Presley) is forced to take a job as a lifeguard at a nearby resort. When another lifeguard, Moreno…
When fisherman Ross Carpenter (Elvis Presley) learns that the boat he helped build and currently works on is for sale, he tries but fails to get the money to buy it. Ross then decides to work as…
Against the vehement protests of his adult children, 51-year-old burger baron Harvey Howard (Bing Crosby) registers as a freshman at Pinehurst University and promptly rushes a fraternity. Howard…
During the Cold War, John Goldfarb (Richard Crenna) crashes his spy plane in the Middle East and is taken prisoner by the local government. His captor, King Fawz (Peter Ustinov), soon discovers…
Bedrock homeowner Fred Flintstone fills in for Rock Slag, an injured look-alike spy.
A married professor (James Mason) of cultural anthropology is stalked by a Swedish amazon (Julie Newmar) who wants to have his baby.
While trying to tie his shoe, bumbling extra Hrundi V. Bakshi (Peter Sellers) unwittingly triggers explosives that destroy the set of an epic war film. The furious director tells executive Fred…
Eccentric bellhop Stanley Belt (Jerry Lewis) is recruited unexpectedly by the comedy team of a recently deceased entertainer. Stanley struggles to become a song-and-dance man as the team --…
American officers Lt. Christian (James Coburn) and Capt. Cash (Dick Shawn) are among the soldiers ordered to take over a small town in Sicily during World War II. Remarkably, the townsfolk have…
"title": "What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?",
"description": "American officers Lt. Christian (James Coburn) and Capt. Cash (Dick Shawn) are among the soldiers ordered to take over a small town in Sicily during World War II. Remarkably, the townsfolk have no problem being occupied by the American troops -- they just want to ensure that their annual festival goes on as planned. With wine flowing freely, Christian, Cash and their peers soon get in over their heads, leading to lots of confusion on the part of both Allied and Axis forces.",