Please put this interesting nostalgic James Garner movie on DVD so that humble people such as myseklf can afford it.Thanks!!!
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Henry Tyroon (James Garner), Texas oilman and wheeler-dealer has to go to the city (New York) to earn one-million-two. There he encounters an aspiring stockbroker, Molly Thatcher (Lee Remick). While Henry spends time getting to know Molly, Molly leans the ins and outs of selling stock in Universal Widget.
This film is packed with great and diverse personalities. Chill Wills, Jim Backus, and Louis Nye to name a few.
“You don’t go wheel’n and deal’n for money, money is just a way of keeping score.
If you like Lee Remick in this film than you really must see The Hallelujah Trail (1965).
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The Hallelujah Trail
the first of a myriad of one liners that can be gleaned from this promoter’s classic. Slow in parts but full of enough sixties schtick and knee slappin stereotype humor to amuse anyone.