Milton Parker has made millions inventing and selling games. Upon his death, his relatives and domestic staff gather for the reading of the will. However, Old Mr. Parker is a game player to the last, and his will stipulates that a Scavenger Hunt will be held to determine the beneficiaries of his sizeable estate. The winning team gets all the money, the rest get nothing. Written by
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Winner takes all!
Did You Know?
When Clevon Little and the other servants pull up to rob the grocery store with a fake gun to steal the cash register, the sign on the store reads, "Crown Point Market". Crown Point, Indiana was the town where real life gangster John Dillinger famously broke out of jail using a fake gun. See more
We have been together for quite some time, now; I see no reason to discontinue the association?
I got the idea: Pie four ways is better than no pie at all.
Then we are in agreement?
Totally, completely, in every which way.
Yes, yes, because pie is my most favorite dessert.
References Chico and the Man
Play to Win
Music by Billy Goldenberg
Lyrics by Carol Connors See more