|MY FAVORITE SPY (directors: Norman Z. McLeod; screenwriter: story by Ed Beloin/Jack Sher/Edmund Hartmann/Lou Breslow/Hal Kanter; cinematographer: Victor Milner; editor: Frank Bracht; music: Victor Young; cast: Bob Hope (Peanuts White/Eric Augustine), Hedy Lamarr (Lily Dalbray), Francis L. Sullivan (Karl Brubaker), Arnold Moss (Tasso), John Archer (Henderson), Luis Van Rooten (Rudolf Hoenig); Runtime: 93; MPAA Rating: NR; producer: Paul Jones; Paramount; 1951)|
through with a good chase finale."
by Dennis Schwartz
Bob Hope is a second-rate burlesque comic named Peanuts. He's asked by the U.S. government to pose in Europe for the missing international spy named Eric, someone he resembles. His mission is to secure valuable microfilm that contains info on flying planes without a pilot.
Hedy Lamarr is Eric's girlfriend, who connects in Tangiers with the new Eric.
REVIEWED ON 5/22/2016 GRADE: B-
Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"
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