Synopsis by Fred Beldin
Rogers and Anders (Robert Bosco and Yuri Alexis) are an inseparable pair of con men who are dizzy with success after duping Hong Kong gangsters with a phony load of hashish. They use their windfall to expand their stock portfolio, which is fat with honey thanks to insider information they get from Wolfgang Von Boren (Steve Lincoln). They pay off the wealthy industrialist by providing him with dim, beautiful women. These lovelies are easily scored off the street and outfitted with elegant gowns from a high-class boutique the duo has an arrangement with (the dressing rooms are outfitted with two way mirrors, affording the boys a good look at the merchandise). There's one thing that Rogers and Anders haven't expected, though, and that's for their Hong Kong nemeses to dispatch a vicious assassin to the States for revenge. Luckily, they meet up with Felicity Fox (Kathryn Dodd) a "gorgeous and naïve metermaid" who flunked out of the police academy, but can still hold her own when it comes to kung-fu fighting. She's not too hip to the latest scam, though -- blackmailing Von Boren with Felicity as bait. Rogers and Anders are sure to get their comeuppance in this low-budget disco-era action-comedy.