|Directed by||Rick Friedberg|
|Produced by||Doug Draizin
|Written by||Rick Friedberg
Marcia Gay Harden
|Music by||Bill Conti|
|Cinematography||John R. Leonetti|
|Editing by||Eric Sears|
|Distributed by||Hollywood Pictures|
|Release date(s)||May 24, 1996|
|Running time||81 minutes|
|Budget||$18 million USD|
|Gross revenue||$26,906,039 USD (USA)|
Secret agent Dick Steele, Agent WD-40, has his work cut out for him. Along with the mysterious and lovely Veronique Ukrinsky, Agent 3.14, he must rescue the kidnapped Barbara Dahl and stop the evil genius, General Rancor, from seizing control of the entire world.
Rancor was wounded in an earlier encounter and no longer has arms. However, he can "arm" himself by attaching robotic limbs with various weapons attached.
Steele is talked out of retirement by an old friend, agent Steven Bishop, and given his new assignment by The Director, who also is testing out a new variety of disguises. At headquarters, Steele encounters an old agency nemesis, Norm Coleman, and flirts with the Director's adoring secretary, Miss Cheevus.
On the job, Steele is assisted by Kabul, who gives him rides in a never-ending variety of specially designed cars. They seek help from McLuckey, a small blonde child, home alone, who is very good at fending off intruders.
Steele fights off the temptations of a dangerous woman he finds waiting for him in bed. But he does work very closely with Agent 3.14, whose father, Professor Ukrinsky, is also being held captive by General Rancor.
Everything comes to a explosive conclusion at the General's remote fortress, where Steele rescues both Barbara Dahl and Miss Cheevus and launches a literally disarmed Rancor into outer space, saving mankind.
"Weird Al" Yankovic sings the title song and directed the title sequence. It is a parody of title sequences from the James Bond films designed by Maurice Binder, specifically 1965's Thunderball, complete with multiple colored backgrounds, silhouetted figures, women dancing with guns, and "wavy" text. Additionally, an urban legend states that during the recording of the theme to Thunderball, Tom Jones held the song's final note long enough to pass out. Originally, Yankovic had planned to loop the note to the required length, but in the studio, he discovered he was able to hold the note long enough that no looping was required. The sequence was later included on "Weird Al" Yankovic: The Ultimate Video Collection, although, for legal reasons, all names and titles had to be taken out, excluding that of the film and of Yankovic himself.
The movie contains many surprise guest appearances, including Mr. T as a helicopter pilot, Pat Morita as a waiter, Hulk Hogan and Dr. Joyce Brothers as tag-team wrestlers and Ray Charles as a bus driver, among others.
Thuy Trang appears as one of the Hawaiian girl-dressed waitresses at a bar who gives Dick Steele a manicure. Michael Berryman can been seen in the bus crash scene as the man with the oxygen mask. Fabio Lanzoni is seen walking past Dick Steele and Victoria Dahl spying on General Rancor and his men.