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Larceny, Inc. (24-Apr-1942)

Director: Lloyd Bacon

Writers: Everett Freeman; Edwin Gilbert

From a play: The Night Before Christmas by Laura Perelman and S. J. Perelman

Music by: Adolph Deutsch

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Heist

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Barbara Jo Allen
Radio Personality
2-Sep-1906 14-Sep-1974 Vera Vague
Fortunio Bonanova
13-Jan-1895 2-Apr-1969 Citizen Kane
Edward Brophy
27-Feb-1895 27-May-1960 The Last Hurrah
Jack Carson
27-Oct-1910 2-Jan-1963 Two Guys From Milwaukee
Broderick Crawford
9-Dec-1911 26-Apr-1986 All the King's Men
Harry Davenport
19-Jan-1866 9-Aug-1949 Gone with the Wind
Jackie Gleason
26-Feb-1916 24-Jun-1987 Ralph Kramden in The Honeymooners
George Meeker
5-Mar-1904 19-Aug-1984 History Is Made at Night
Grant Mitchell
17-Jun-1874 1-May-1957 Father Is a Prince
John Qualen
8-Dec-1899 12-Sep-1987 The Grapes of Wrath
Anthony Quinn
21-Apr-1915 3-Jun-2001 Zorba the Greek
Edward G. Robinson
12-Dec-1893 26-Jan-1973 Key Largo
Andrew Tombes
29-Jun-1885 17-Mar-1976 Doubting Thomas
Jane Wyman
5-Jan-1917 10-Sep-2007 Falcon Crest


Edward G. Robinson   ...   "Pressure" Maxwell
Jane Wyman   ...   Denny Costello
Broderick Crawford   ...   Jug Martin
Jack Carson   ...   Jeff Randolph
Anthony Quinn   ...   Leo Dexter
Edward Brophy   ...   Weepy Davis
Harry Davenport   ...   Homer Bigelow
John Qualen   ...   Sam Bachrach
Barbara Jo Allen   ...   Mademoiselle Gloria
Grant Mitchell   ...   Mr. Aspinwall
Jackie Gleason   ...   Hobart
Andrew Tombes   ...   Oscar Engelhart
Joseph Downing   ...   Smitty
George Meeker   ...   Mr. Jackson
Fortunio Bonanova   ...   Anton Copoulos
Joseph Crehan   ...   Warden
Jean Ames   ...   Florence
William B. Davidson   ...   McCarthy
Chester Clute   ...   Mr. Buchanan
Creighton Hale   ...   Mr. Carmichael


Review by anonymous (posted on 12-Mar-2006)

I saw this movie a long time ago and laughed so loud I woke my wife up. This is a great movie and I was hoping to see if it was out on DVD. I didn't remember that Jackie Gleason was in the film, but Edward G Robinson is always great. If you get the chance don't miss this movie, if you have TIVO set it up on your wishlist and autorecord. The movie is original and I think that other movies have come along and stolen the premise AKA (The Ladykillers) both 1960's and Tom Hanks remake

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