My Favorite Spy


My Favorite Spy Review

This platform for Bob Hope slapstick isn't much more than a series of Hope gags as he impersonates a missing spy on the job in Tangier. His misadventures with Hedy Lamarr are short of classic but plenty of fun. Watch for the fire engine bit at the end -- they don't do stunts like this any more.
My Favorite Spy

Facts and Figures

Run time: 93 mins

In Theaters: Tuesday 25th December 1951

Production compaines: Paramount Pictures

Reviews 3.5 / 5

IMDB: 6.6 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Norman Z. McLeod


Starring: as Peanuts White / Eric Augustine, as Lily Dalbray, Francis L. Sullivan as Karl Brubaker, as Tasso, as Henderson, as Rudolf Hoenig, Stephen Chase as Donald Bailey, Morris Ankrum as Gen. Frazer, as Gypsy Fortune Teller, Iris Adrian as Lola, as Newton, as Monkara, as Ben Ali, Tonio Selwart as Harry Crock, Ralph Smiley as El Sarif

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