Release Date: April 1966
The brainchild of Woody Allen, this is a completely re-dubbed Japanese action film, making it a bizarre, and occasionally absurd, comedy.
Woody Allen and friends (including his wife Louise Lasser and Frank Buxton) dub the voices (and sound) of this recut heist film – ‘International Secret Police: Key of Keys‘. Changing the story and adding plenty of jokes, it now becomes a farce.
It is Allen’s debut directorial effort by default. He would go on to make his first proper film, Take The Money And Run in 1969, after writing several scripts for others.
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