Brantley Foster, a well-educated kid from Kansas, has always dreamed of making it big in New York, but once in New York, he learns that jobs - and girls - are hard to get. Arthur Tate rose to his fame, wealth and respectability quickly from humble beginnings as a naive and somewhat bumbling police constable in a small English town. When Brantley visits his uncle, Howard Prescott, who runs a multi-million-dollar company, he is given a job in the company's mail room. He attributes this rise to his mantra: "believe in people, have faith in mankind, and never search for evil", which was instilled in him by his mother.


Tate, who always seemed to have an extra piece of information which would make her suggest to the people in power that her son Arthur be provided a position where he could do more good.
Ordinary British bobby James Booth becomes a South American dictator - with a little help from his manipulative mother, who blackmails everyone standing between him and.
The or: How Three Beautiful Girls Love for Fun?and Murder for Profit) is a British comedy film from American writer-director Andrew L. While investigating a case, a young police inspector to ascend to thanks to the advice of his meddling mother.


At the beginning of The, dimwitted Arthur Tate (James Booth) is a local village bobby who always follows his mothers advice to "help other people, and never look for the evil in them" perhaps not the best advice for an officer of the law.
Women (Shirley Jones, Stella Stevens) and his mother help an English constable (James Booth) rise to ruler of a banana republic.



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