Arms dealers from several companies vie to sell the most expensive and highest tech weapons to a South American dictator. There are complications; understanding the exact nature of how 'gifts' are used to grease the wheels of a sale, a religious conversion from one of the salesman and a romance that begins to grow between two competitors, not to mention the imminient financial collapse of one of the companies if they don't make this sale. Written by
John Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chevy Chase and his partners are arms dealers. They sell second-rate weapons to third world nations. But they're not out to stick it to anyone.
Did You Know?
The name of the American defense company was Luckup Industries. It's slogan was "Preserving Our Way Of Life". See more
Closed captioning erroneously identifies the company Luckup as "LUCHUP" repeatedly, apparently misreading the company name when shown with a plane's trail cutting through the letters slightly above center, particularly where embroidered on the back of jackets. See more
[watching the Peacemaker malfunction
This is a great day for the Air Force, Senator.
Why is that, General?
Because the Navy ordered twenty of those disasters.
Son of a bitch!
Features All in the Family
Someone To Watch Over Me
Music by George Gershwin
and lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Sung by Nikka Costa
Courtesy of Renquet Records See more