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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
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Teddy (as David Wallace)
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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
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Henderson
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Bank Guard
Jackie King ...
T.V. Announcer
Andy Stone ...
Gallager
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A school counselor and two misfit students decide to plan a bank robbery.

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Featured in Humongous: Interview with David Wallace (2017) See more »

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MONEY TO BURN
by Christopher L. Stone
Sung by Jackie Dauzart
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Not THAT bad
27 July 2011 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

I too caught this movie playing during the wee hours of the morning. The totally obscure nature of this movie intrigued me enough to watch it. What did I think of it? Well, there are a number of parts of the movie that could be labelled crude filmmaking. The lighting is terrible

  • some parts of the movie are so badly lit that you can't tell what is
happening. The screenplay also give us almost no look into the three main characters before they team up and plan the robbery. Also, some major plot turns are revealed during the opening credits! Still, the movie has some charm. The acting by the no-name cast makes the characters a likable bunch. And while what happens is somewhat spoiled by the beginning of the movie, there is still some interest in how the robbery is actually pulled off and some other details. This isn't a great movie, but if you are tired of major Hollywood movies and are in an amiable mood, you might find some charm in this poverty-row production.


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