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In 1960's Japan, mischievous American seaman Doc Willoughby tries to outwit his superiors on the U.S.S. Bustard, attempts to woo U.S. Navy, Lt. Tomiko Momoyama and aims to return a stolen Buddha statue to its Japanese temple.
A US coast guard finds only a woman still alive aboard a shipwreck. She tells her rescuer what happened and soon, they find themselves trapped in a mysterious part of the ocean known as Satan's Triangle.
A Marine Corps drill instructor who is disgusted by the fact that the Corps now accepts draftees finds himself pitted against a hippie who has been drafted but refuses to accept the military's way of doing things.
A young bachelor using a dating service picks a woman whose information card read "Anything goes." When he takes her out and finds out that she didn't live up to her description, he sues her for breach of contract.
My fave line is when the wife says to Doug McClure that Darren McGavin reminds her of a meat grinder she once caught her finger in.
After that my brother and I would always yell "MEAT GRINDER" whenever Darren McGavin came on the screen.
I remember the film as lots of fun and fast paced. I wish I could see it again just for how old fashioned everything would look.....
If you wonder why the script on this TV movie is outstanding compared to many of the TV movies of the time, it might have something to do with being part written by Whit Masterson, who also wrote Orson Welles A Touch of Evil back in 1958.
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