Take the Money and Run Overview:

Take the Money and Run (1969) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Woody Allen and produced by Jack Rollins, Edgar J. Scherick, Jack Grossberg, Charles H. Joffe and Sidney Glazier.

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Take the Money and Run (1969)

By Beatrice on May 2, 2020 From Flickers in Time

Take the Money and Run Directed by Woody Allen Written by Woody Allen and Mickey Rose 1969/US IMDb link First viewing/Netflix rental Way before he was sophisticated, Woody Allen was ridiculous … and hilarious. ?This, his directorial debut, is classic early Allen. The film takes the form of a... Read full article


Take the Money and Run (1969)

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Take the Money and Run (1969)

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Take the Money and Run (1969, Woody Allen)

on Mar 16, 2009 From The Stop Button

Take the Money and Run kind of dangles on a line. It’s occasionally a screwball comedy–something the Marx Brothers would have done–and alternately a thought-out spoof of documentaries. The breeze moves the film’s direction and it’s hard to know where it’ll go next... Read full article


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Virgil: Do you know if it's raining outside?


Virgil: After fifteen minutes I wanted to marry her, and after half an hour I completely gave up the idea of stealing her purse.


Virgil: Nobody wears beige to a bank robbery!


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One hundred San Quentin prisoners were paid a small fee to work on the film during the prison sequences. The regular cast and crew were stamped each day with a special ink that glowed under ultra-violet light so the guards could tell who was allowed to leave the prison grounds at the end of the day.
Virgil Starkwell's given birth date - December 1, 1935 - is, in fact, Allen's birth date.
Allen initially filmed a downbeat ending in which he was shot to death, courtesy of special effects from A.D. Flowers. Allen's editor, Ralph Rosenblum (whose first work with Allen this was), convinced him to go for a lighter ending.
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