What's Up, Tiger Lily?

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Released 1966

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Director:
Woody Allen , Senkichi Taniguchi
Released:
1966
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What's Up, Tiger Lily? is a 1966 comedy that was originally the Japanese spy film International Secret Police: Key of Keys. Woody Allen bought the rights to the film and then dubbed over the characters' voices, creating a hilarious and very strange new plot. Phil Moskowitz (Tatsuya Mihashi), a crafty secret agent, is on a very important, deadly mission: he must retrieve the top-secret egg salad recipe stolen by the evil gangster Shepherd Wong (Tadao Nakamaru) and his sidekick, Wing Fat (Susumu Kurobe). Along for the ride are two beautiful, seductive sisters, Suki (Akiko Wakabayashi) and Teri Yaki (Mie Hama). Will Phil be able to recover the egg salad recipe for Grand Exalted High Majah of Raspur (Tetsu Nakamaru) before the gangsters use it for their evil purpose? What's Up, Tiger Lily? is a laugh-out-loud, ridiculous satire, featuring a lot of Japanese stereotypes, plenty of campy fun, and ridiculously out-of-place pop music by The Lovin' Spoonful.

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Comedy

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Classics, Satire