Mildy funny comedy from the late 60s about a family that has their vacation completely upheaved when they are mistakenly thought to be spies when taking a family photo. The film is based on a play by Woody Allen, and I think the film would be funnier if the screenplay was written by him and if the movie was directed by Allen.
The idea is very much an Allen idea, but the direction is that late 60s zany comedy direction...like the kind of stuff made with the counterculture in mind but not made by anyone involved in the counterculture. Things like "Casino Royale", which also featured Allen. Allen isn't really involved beyond being the writer of the original play.
Jackie Gleason does a fine job in the lead, and I felt Estelle Parsons was pretty funny. I thought this was okay, but part of me knows it was lacking the flavor that made "Bananas" work so well.