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20,000 Eyes (1961)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  14 June 1961 (USA)
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Dan Warren
Merry Anders ...
Karen Walker
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Jerry Manning
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Kurt Novak
Judith Rawlins ...
Girl
Robert Shayne ...
Police Lieutenant
Paul Maxey ...
Ryan
Rex Holman ...
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Ollie O'Toole ...
Moore
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High School Girl
Bruno VeSota ...
Museum Watchman
Rusty Wescoatt ...
Policeman
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And a 20000 yes !!!!

Typically Fox release product from the early sixties. In black and white and filmed in letterbox - 2.35 - frame I love this kind of little B programmer, with no known actors, and also a rather interesting story. Here, two men and a woman pull a heist - or swindle - in order, for one of them, to give return hundred grands he owes to a big shot. They steal some diamonds, replace them with fake, then go to an insurance office to "cover" the stuff that they say it's theirs. So, one of the two men comes into the insurance office, fakes a robbery, takes the diamonds with him - after they have been insured, follow me?

  • and gets away. Before returning to where he stole them in the first


place, replaces them in their initial glass case and, of course, takes the fake away...

But everything doesn't go as they intended to...

The opening credits and score are amazing, for this kind of grade B movie. Don't miss it. Maybe on Fox Movie Channel.


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