Woody Allen added comic dialogue to What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966), a Japanese spy thriller dubbed into English.
The opening credits, after the 'director interview,' which in fact contain some of the better gags, from Woody Allen's comedy-dubbed Japanese spy film What's Up Tiger Lily?, 1966, music by The Lovin' Spoonful.
A segue from the original Japanese film into an interview with Woody Allen, offering the first explanation of what's going on, from What's Up Tiger Lily?, 1966.
Celebrity TV Chef and TCM Guest Programmer Alton Brown joins Robert Osborne to introduce Woody Allen's What's Up Tiger Lily?, 1966.
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