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Money Talks (1972)

From Allen Funt, the creator of TV's "Candid Camera." The hidden camera is pointed at people dealing with money in all sorts of human and, often, hilarious circumstances.

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Candid Camera's Allen Funt secretly tapes people's reactions to unexpected encounters with nudity in unusual situations, such as when a naked young woman casually exits an elevator in an ... See full summary »

Director: Allen Funt
Stars: Joie Addison, Laura Huston, Martin Meyers
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Muhammad Ali ... Himself
David McHarris David McHarris ... Himself / Tap dance
Marian Mercer ... Herself / Waitress
Henny Youngman ... Himself
Jack London Jack London ... Himself / Money eater
Joseph R. Sicari ... Himself / Dog owner (as Joe Sicari)
Jackie Bright Jackie Bright ... Himself / Wheeler dealer
Ann Myles Ann Myles ... Herself
Guy King Guy King ... Himself / Rest room attendant
Peter Hock Peter Hock ... Himself
Karen Fund Karen Fund ... Herself / Money dropper
Erin Peeters Erin Peeters ... Herself / Panhandler
Tony Bell Tony Bell ... Himself / Boy tipper
Ira Kosloff Ira Kosloff ... Himself
Robbie Manning Robbie Manning ... Himself
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From Allen Funt, the creator of TV's "Candid Camera." The hidden camera is pointed at people dealing with money in all sorts of human and, often, hilarious circumstances.

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PG
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Country:

USA

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English

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30 August 1972 (USA) See more »

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Allen Funt Productions See more »
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Mono

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Color
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Smile!
11 May 2002 | by John SealSee all my reviews

For anyone who grew up on Candid Camera (and that must be most people over 35), this is an enjoyable feature that has been overshadowed by the other Allen Funt feature, What Do You Say to A Naked Lady? This time the theme is, of course, money, and the lengths that people will go too to get some. The best segment involves Muhammad Ali refusing to pay for a COD package. There's also a delightful conversation about rich and poor between Funt and his small daughter. Add in the time capsule footage of East Village hippie dropouts, and you've got a winner!


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