The life of a young man about town suddenly reaches a turning point. Before this he led a life of debauchery. He will get 10 million dollars as an inheritance if his life has undergone a complete change within a year. It is a hard question: be rich and boring all day or be depraved and amusing... Written by
Kornel Osvart <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To give up gambling, eating, and smoking for one year for a $10 Million inheritance, there's no such thing as "Easy Money".
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Did You Know?
The picture was notable for featuring a title song track of the same name sung by popular singer-pianist-composer-songwriter Billy Joel
. The catchy tune bookends the movie, is heard on the film's trailer, and was included on Joel's 1983 album "An Innocent Man". The "Easy Money" song according to an interview with Joel is a homage to both James Brown
and Wilson Pickett
. See more
In the horse racing scene, in the beginning, the name shows Dover Downs, but when the horse winds up losing, it is Hoover Downs. See more
Ho! can sombody help us here?
Man behind the counter at Monahans
[bald man pops up from behind the counter
I dont think so
[talking to the bald manikin
I tell you my friend here
[stops and looks at the man behind the counter
I tell you my friend here is looking for a shirt.
Yeah something in a dark black?
Features Island of Lost Souls
So Near...Yet So Far
Adapted from Franz Liszt
Arranged by G.H. Lapides
Performed by Jerry Vale
Courtesy of Columbia Records See more