My Favorite Spy

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Released 1951

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Director:
Norman Z. McLeod
Released:
1951
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My Favorite Spy showcases actor Bob Hope as he plays double duty in a classic comedy film. Bob Hope plays Peanuts, a comedian who just happens to resemble Eric Augustine (Bob Hope), an international spy. Peanuts is recruited by the U.S. Government to impersonate Eric Augustine in a job to buy a million dollar microfilm in Tangier. In Tangier Peanuts (as Augustine) meets his dream girl Lily Dalbray (Hedy Lamarr). Peanuts soon finds out that Lily and Augustine have a past and comedy emerges as Peanuts tries to convince Lily that he is her old friend Eric. With a thrilling climax and mystery about where the real Eric Augustine has disappeared to, Hope brings the slapstick comedy as well as a thrill. Co starring Francis Sullivan, Arnold Moss, and John Archer, My Favorite Spy was written by Edmund Beloin and directed by Norman Z. McLeod. My Favorite Spy was originally released on Christmas Day, 1951, but Bob Hope's performance and comedic genius stands today.moreless
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