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Money to Burn (1983)

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A school counselor and two misfit students decide to plan a bank robbery.

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Pops
Meegan King ...
Steve
David Wallace ...
Teddy
Phillip Pine ...
Dean Hayden
Jennifer Williams ...
Gail
Betsee Finlee ...
Kim
Eve McVeagh ...
Vivian
Ivan J. Rado ...
Father
Walter Kelly ...
Manager
Clarke Gordon ...
Mason (as Clark Gordon)
Terri Berland ...
Rita
Clark Howat ...
Henderson
Bart Burns ...
Bank Guard
Jackie King ...
T.V. Announcer
Andy Stone ...
Gallager
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MONEY TO BURN
by Christopher L. Stone
Sung by Jackie Dauzart
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A high point in bad film making
16 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I caught this film a few years ago at about 3am on local TV.

The quality of this production is reminiscent of "After School Specials" of the 1970s and 80s, but cruder. In a way it is among the worst films I have ever seen, and like a train wreck I just couldn't stop watching it. The plot is filled with absolutely unnecessary exposition combined with forced plot manipulation.

Set in LA the film is a snapshot of the early Regan years in a bizarre naive sort of way. The characters of the two teenagers, "Pops" the mastermind of the heist, and his daughter all capture an innocent optimism.

If you have a taste for crude film making, I highly recommend this film.


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