The last of seven "Road to" pictures and an awkward attempt at re-creating the fun of the previous films, this one has a few funny moments, but it's so filled with inside jokes that a lot of it will be lost on anyone who hasn't seen the other six movies in the series. It was made in
England, which was a plus since there are a number of good British actors involved, including Sellers in a brilliant cameo as an Indian doctor. As usual, Hope and Crosby are vaudevillians. They've given up the stage in favor of confidence work and are in India, attempting to sell their
"Fly-It-Yourself" space kit for interplanetary travel. The cops get onto them, and Hope falls during t...