Both a Bond spoof and a Beach Party comedy, OUT OF SIGHT is a fun and funny '66 comedy starring the personable Jonathan Daly as a secret agent's butler mistaken for a super-spy. Customized cars by Batmobile designer George Barris play a large role and there are musical guests a-plenty including The Turtles, Freddie and the Dreamers, Gary Lewis and the Playboys and Dobie Gray.
The film was written by future HOGAN'S HEROES co-star Larry Hovis and, in fact, has another future star of that show, Richard Dawson, in a small role. The director was legendary Lennie Weinrib, a stand-up comic and voice-actor who, among other things, played HR PUFNSTUF (the voice anyway. He wasn't in the suit.).