Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title is a 1966 comedy about Charlie Yuckapuck (Morey Amsterdam), a bumbling grill chef who looks remarkably like Yascha Nudnik, a defecting cosmonaut being sought by sinister Klavashian intelligence agents. When his friend Magda (January Jones) inherits a bookstore, Charlie and Annie (Rose Marie), a wise-cracking waitress at the diner where Charlie works, decide to leave their jobs and work for her instead. What Charlie is unaware of, however, is that the bookstore has been infiltrated by master spy Mr. Big (Jackie Heller) and his henchmen who are looking to capture Nudnik and the top-secret information he absconded with. Complicating matters further, a pair of bumbling thieves (Joey Adams and Andy Albin) are attempting to tunnel through the bookstore in order to rob a nearby bank. Hijinks then ensue in one of the last great vaudeville films, featuring many of the stars from The Dick Van Dyke Show.