A comedy made in the late 80's, or early nineties.
It's about 1 or 2 guys having to (deal/get money from/claim themselves as heir) of a Queen, and there's her personal-guard-figure who tries to stop them getting close to her/believe their story.
One of the main guys is in the Queen's bedroom because he was either running away from the personal-guard/or looking for something, and when she walks in with the guard, main guy instantly her sits in front of her dresser/mirror and combs his hair while counting loud '101, 102' as to have been combing for a while. Shocked Queen asks what is he doing, he replies to have missed her, hence sat there to remember her, which she takes as a compliment and believes him, leaving the guard in disbelief.
The introduction of the movie is animated version of the guard chasing the two main characters. There's a second where they're playing cat mouse in the animation at night from a sidewalk view looking upon a building, where they're going through different levels of the building. Then one of them appears from a opened manhole from below which is lifted leaving only his eyes visible.
That's all I got. Saw this as a young child. Would love to see it again.
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