Eleven friends who know each other from World War II service plan to rob five of the biggest casinos in Las Vegas in one night. They develop a master plan but after the whole thing is over, something goes wrong... Written by
Harald Mayr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Significant portions of the movie interactions between major characters were ad-libbed. The actors playing the leading roles all knew each other well and improvised dialogue as well as or better than the script. See more »
In the scene where Danny gives his mistress his room key, in the background a so-called professional roulette dealer tries to spin the ball and fails. He snatches the ball out again and fails again. In a third attempt, he somehow makes the ball go around the rim as it should. The actor playing the dealer has obviously never thrown a roulette ball in his life. See more »
[Answering the phone]
Hello, this is a recording, you've dialed the right number, now hang up and don't do it again.
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Not the best, But if your a devoted Rat Packer.........
Not the best, But if your a devoted Rat Packer.........It's a fun time and great to see them all in the Vegas of past.. when Vegas WAS VEGAS!! It was still great to see the likes of Donald O'Connor and Red Skelton as the headliners and see the elegant lounges where thery would all perform,up close and personal not for 100-300 feet away. You could walk up to them after a performance and actually chat with them as they left the stage. Everyone was dressed in suits,tuxedos, and formal dresses, wearing furs and everyone smoking. If you remember the the days of no cell phones, using the operator to make long distance calls, no computers, walkmans, cassette and 8 tracks tapes, then this is one movie you should love.
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