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One, Two, Three (15-Dec-1961)

Director: Billy Wilder

Writers: Billy Wilder; I. A. L. Diamond

From a play: Egy, kettö, három by Ferenc Molnár

Music Adapted and Conducted by: André Previn

Producer: Billy Wilder

Keywords: Comedy, Cold War

MacNamara, the executive in charge of Coca-Cola for Germany, is told to "look after" Scarlett, the rambunctious and airheaded daughter of the company's CEO. All seems well until it is found that she has been crossing into East Germany and is now married to young apparatchik Otto. MacNamara frames Otto as a western spy, but Scarlett's now-revealed pregnancy means Otto must be retrieved and made to seem less... Communist. Received an Oscar nomination for Best Cinematography.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Leon Askin
Actor
18-Sep-1907 3-Jun-2005 General Burkhalter on Hogan's Heroes
Horst Buchholz
Actor
4-Dec-1933 3-Mar-2003 The Magnificent Seven
James Cagney
Actor
17-Jul-1899 30-Mar-1986 New York tough guy
Arlene Francis
Actor
20-Oct-1907 31-May-2001 What's My Line?
Pamela Tiffin
Actor
13-Oct-1942   One, Two, Three

CAST

James Cagney   ...   C. R. MacNamara
Horst Buchholz   ...   Otto Ludwig Piffl
Pamela Tiffin   ...   Scarlett Hazeltine
Arlene Francis   ...   Phyllis MacNamara
Co-Starring
Howard St. John   ...   Hazeltine
with
Hanns Lothar   ...   Schlemmer
Leon Askin   ...   Peripetchikoff
Ralf Wolter   ...   Borodenko
Karl Lieffen   ...   Fritz
Hubert von Meyerinck   ...   Count von Droste Schattenburg
Lois Bolton   ...   Melanie Hazeltine
Peter Capell   ...   Mishkin
Til Kiwe   ...   Reporter
Henning Schlüter   ...   Dr. Bauer
Karl Ludwig Lindt   ...   Zeidlitz
and
Lilo Pulver   ...   Ingeborg

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