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The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1969)

Rating:R
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1969
Running time:95 minutes
Cast:Adam West, Nancy Kwan, Robert Alda, David Brian
Director:Francis D. Lyon
Producer:Earle Lyon
Writer:Charles A. Wallace
Distributor:Commonwealth United Entertaime

Description: Johnny Cain (Adam West) is a suave, smooth talking nightclub owner who helps the CIA undermine a conspiracy between the communists and the underworld in this routine mystery. With tips from his piano-playing pal Lucky (Buddy Greco), he manages to stay one step ahead of the villains as he races against time to stop their evil plan. Nancy Kwan, Nehemiah Persoff and Robert Alda also appear in this feature in which the promotional posters tried to capitalize on West's television success in Batman. ~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide

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