Two professional gigolos compete for a wealthy woman's affections and checkbook. Remade in 1988 as "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels".
Color adaptation of the classic Twain novel featuring an all-star cast.
Satiric look at a serious subject. Con artists Gossett and Garner travel through the pre-civil war south scamming slave owners. Engaging.
After failing his driver's test, a teenaged boy swipes his grandfather's Cadillac for a hot date. This film fails every test!
An Australian professional thief is given a chance to redeem himself after a fatal traffic accident. Strange supporting cast!
The Money Trap movie trailer - starring Glenn Ford, Elke Sommer, Rita Hayworth, Joseph Cotten, Ricardo Montalban, Argentina Brunetti. Directed by Burt Kennedy. Theatrical Release Date: 2/2/1966
Rating: Not Rated
From a scene with co-star Marlon Brando and fellow Nazis peacefully taking Paris, to New York, where we meet notably un-youthful Michael (Dean Martin) and Noah (Montgomery Clift) at the draft board, with differing intentions, in Edward Dmytryk's The Young Lions, 1958, from the Irwin Shaw nove... more
Reticent Nazi officer Christian (Marlon Brando), unhappy policing civilians in occupied Paris, asks for a transfer from his friend and superior officer Hardenburg (Maximiliam Schell), in The Young Lions, 1958, Edward Dmytryk directing, from Irwin Shaw's novel.
The second scene, New Year's 1938 in the Bavarian Alps, where ski instructor Christian (Marlon Brando) has convinced visiting American Margaret (Barbara Rush) to stay for the party, ugly politics intruding, in Edward Dmytryk's The Young Lions, 1958, from the Irwin Shaw novel.
New York, 1940, singer Michael (Dean Martin) hosting a party at his swanky apartment, girlfriend Margaret (Barbara Rush) entertaining new friend Noah (Montgomery Clift), who spills some beans then gets introduced to Hope (Hope Lange), in The Young Lions, 1958.
Writer-director Sam Fuller is all business as pickpocket Skip (Richard Widmark) revives Candy (Jean Peters), having knocked her out when she arrived at his waterfront shack to retrieve her wallet, in Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Editor Ed Hutcheson (Humphrey Bogart) visits the owners (Joyce MacKenzie, Fay Baker, Ethel Barrymore) who have decided to sell their newspaper in Richard Brooks' Deadline-U.S.A., 1952.
Frantic Candy (Jean Peters), trying to find her stolen wallet with the microfilm, visits first Lightning Louie (Victor Perry) then savvy Moe (Thelma Ritter) in Samuel Fuller's Pickup On South Street, 1953.
Opening credits and a vignette of corruption featuring Martin Gabel (as gangster 'Rienzi') from ex-newsman Richard Brooks' newspaper drama Deadline-U.S.A., 1952, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ethel Barrymore.
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