All three films are based on their earlier television series Police Squad! As with previous ZAZ spoof comedies, the plot was mostly culled from another—more serious—movie. In this case, it was Telefon wherein people were triggered into assassins via hypnotic phone calls indeed, dialogue in the post-hypnotic suggestion demonstration scene is copied word-for-word from Telefon. She knows nothing about Ludwig's plot, and after the pair spends the night together, Jane helps with Frank's investigation. Albert S. Bush John Roarke has chosen to determine a new national energy policy. Hapsburg plans to kidnap the real Dr. Meinheimer and replace him with a lookalike named Earl Hacker also portrayed by Griffiths who will endorse an energy policy according to the dictates of the energy lobby.
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Mayor : Drebin, I don't want anymore trouble like you had last year on the South Side. That's my policy. Frank : Yes. Well, when I see 5 weirdos dressed in togas stabbing a guy in the middle of the park in full view of people, I shoot the bastards. You killed 5 actors! Good ones. Sign In.
The film stars Leslie Nielsen as the bumbling police lieutenant Frank Drebin. Simpson also star in supporting roles. The film features fast-paced slapstick comedy, including many visual and verbal puns and gags. The film is based on the character portrayed by Nielsen in the television series Police Squad! In Los Angeles , Officer Nordberg attempts to bust a heroin drug operation at the docks organized by dock's owner Vincent Ludwig, and is shot by Ludwig's henchmen. After returning to L. Nordberg provides cryptic clues, including a picture of Ludwig's ship on which the deal had been organized. Frank meets with police scientist Ted Olsen, who has invented a cufflink that shoots tranquilizer darts. Frank learns through Ted that Nordberg's jacket tested positive for heroin. Police Squad is put in charge of security for the visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Los Angeles, and Ed tells Frank that he has 24 hours to clear Nordberg before word gets out about what happened and detracts from the queen's visit.