|$ 1971 R, 120 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
aka: Dollars ($)
Director: Richard Brooks
Cast: Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn, Gert Frobe, Robert Webber, Scott Brady, Arthur Brauss, Robert Stiles, Wolfgang Kieling, Bob Herron, Hans Hutter, Christiane Maybach, Monica Stender, Wolfgang Kuhlman, Horst Hesslein, Klaus Schichan
Hamburg, Germany, bank security expert Joe Collins (Warren Beatty) joins forces with hooker Dawn Divine (Goldie Hawn) to steal $1.5 million from crooks. The crooks include an Army sergeant (Scott Brady), a drug dealer (Arthur Brauss), and an attorney who has been double-crossing the mob (Robert Webber). They have rented bank safety deposit boxes in which to store their loot, and Joe has figured out how to go unnoticed by security cameras and switch the money into Dawn's safety deposit box. All goes well until the crooks catch on, and Joe and Dawn set out on a race across Germany with the crooks in hot pursuit.
|The Vengeance of Fu Manchu 1967 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: Jeremy Summers
Cast: Christopher Lee, Tony Ferrer, Tsai Chin, Douglas Wilmer, Wolfgang Kieling, Horst Frank, Maria Rohm, Howard Marion-Crawford, Peter Carsten, Suzanne Roquette, Noel Trevarthen, Mona Chong
The evil Fu Manchu (Christopher Lee) is back and still plotting to become the world's most feared criminal. His plan: kidnap a surgeon and force him to remake the face of one of Fu Manchu's prisoners into that of Scotland Yard nemesis Nayland Smith. He then sends the double–under hypnosis–to kill Smith's maid. Now Nayland Smith is convicted of murder, and Fu Manchu sets out to do the same thing in other countries.
|1. $ (1971)|
aka: Dollars ($)
2. The Vengeance of Fu Manchu (1967)
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