"Bullshot" was a very funny play that has lost some of its spontaneity and good-natured romping by being transferred to the screen. It's almost, but not quite, a send-up of the Bulldog Drummond flicks of the 1930s, and the plot plays second fiddle to the characters and caricatures.
Bullshot Crummond (Alan Shearman) is one of those stiff-upper-lipped types who finds himself up against his archrival from WW I, Count Otto von Bruno (Ron House), and who must protect hush-hush information from the heinous German. The action takes place around a dark old mansion and culminates in
a breakneck series of climaxes that range from battling a giant octopus to leaping onto a pl...