Lester is a homeless shoeshine boy living in a railway station. He's got this funny knack for picking the winning horses' names out of the paper while shining shoes. When word gets around, ... See full summary »
D.C. is a dreamer who can't keep in the real world longer than a few minutes. After a top secret disk finds its way in his backpack, he finds himself right in the middle of a big spy ... See full summary »
Donald E. Westlake's source 1974 novel "Jimmy the Kid" is the third book in Westlake's Dortmunder series. The first was "The Hot Rock" (1970) and the second "Bank Shot" (1972), both of which had been filmed previously. The Dortmunder character appears in eleven short stories and fourteen novels published between the years of 1970 and 2009. See more »
When Kelp and Dortmunder steal the tan sedan, Kelp tells Dortmunder that he never stole a Dodge before and hopes it gets good mileage, the car they have stolen is, in fact, a Chevy Malibu. See more »
In the theatrical version, when that are at McDonald's, Ruth Gordon's character tells the counter person to give her "Bourbon, straight up with fries". In the TV version, she tells her to give her a "Granddad with water". See more »
I love this movie, but my not giving it perfect stars is that it doesn't show who sings "I'm Having Fun" in the ending credits. I have been trying to find this out for many years since I first saw the movie.
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