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The Baltimore Bullet (1980)

 -  Comedy | Crime | Drama  -  1 April 1980 (USA)
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A tale of two hustlers trying to set up a big game.

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Poker Player, New Orleans
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A tale of two hustlers trying to set up a big game.

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Hide your women. Lock up your cash. Billie Joe & the Baltimore Bullet are on their way!

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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1 April 1980 (USA)  »

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While filming was underway, Omar Sharif was staying at a local hotel, and sent his cousin, who bears a slight resemblance, to tell the Director the hotel and to ask for his blue pages. The Director then rushed the cousin into makeup, mistaking him for Sharif himself. See more »

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Very underrated
8 May 2000 | by (Dallas, Texas) – See all my reviews

This is James Coburn at his finest, years before anyone realized what a terrific actor he can be. He also has a classic line: "I taught him everything he knows, but I didn't teach him everything I know." It's "The Hustler" without any Oscars.


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