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How to steal a million
Format:
DVD, Videorecording, Projected Medium, Visual Materials
Title:
Edition:
Widescreen version.
Publisher, Date:
[United States] : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2004]
Description:
1 videodisc (ca. 125 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
A woman and a burglar hatch a scheme to swipe a forgery from an art museum to conceal her father's art forgeries.
Target Audience Note:
Not rated.
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Notes:
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1966.
Special features: Commentary by Eli Wallach and Catherine Wyler; "Audrey Hepburn: the fairest lady" as seen on Biography on the A & E Network.
Director of photography, Charles Lang ; editor, Robert Swink ; music, John Williams.
Peter O'Toole, Audrey Hepburn, Eli Wallach, Charles Boyer, Hugh Griffith.
DVD, region 1, widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.
English, French and Spanish dubbed versions and subtitles in English and Spanish.
Other Number:
55662042
System Availability:
1
Current Holds:
0
# Local items:
1
Control Number:
130383
Call Number:
DVD-AD COMEDY HOWT
# Local items in:
1
# System items in:
1
Medium:
[DVD videorecording]
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In this elegant "caper" film, Audrey Hepburn stars as the daughter of a wealthy Parisian (Hugh Griffith), whose hobby is copying famous works of art. His replica of a famed Cellini sculpture is inadvertently displayed in an art museum, and he begins to worry that he'll lose his reputation once the experts evaluate the statuette. Audrey decides to rob the museum, and hires a burglar (Peter O'Toole) for that purpose. But the burglar is really a detective, who has every intention of arresting Audrey and her father when the deed is done. All style and little substance, How to Steal a Million is consummately acted by the stars, but the film is stolen hands-down by a "double take" reaction from French comic actor Moustache. The film was originally titled How to Steal a Million Dollars and Live Happily Ever After, which gave the whole game away and thus was pared down before release. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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