Three bumbling crooks buy a store so that they can rob the bank next door. When they soon discover the money they can make as legitimate businessmen, they abandon their plan. Trouble is, one of their cohorts, who's escaped from jail, won't let them. Written by
Daniel Bubbeo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The play opened in New York City, New York, USA on 10 April 1941 and closed 27 April 1941 after 22 performances. The opening cast included Shelley Winters
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During the montage of several types of sales promotions for the store, Maxwell watches an advertising truck pass by. This sequence shows two close ups of Maxwell, the second is a reversed shot, since the writing on the building behind him is suddenly flipped left-for-right. See more
[Talking about the bank
Listen, this is a pushover. Leo told us the vault was in the cellar and it's put together with glue!
Hallelujah! I ain't had my hands on a vault in close to a decade!
J. Chalmers 'Pressure' Maxwell
Oh, cut it, cut it, you goons! None of that Jesse James stuff! This situation calls for strategy.
Remade as Small Time Crooks
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
Sung a cappella by the merchants to honor Maxwell See more