D.C. Cab

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Released 1983

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Director:
Joel Schumacher
Released:
1983
Rating:
R

D.C. Cab is a 1983 comedy classic featuring Adam Baldwin as Albert Hockenberry, an ambitious young Southerner who journeys to Washington, D.C. to pursue his dream of working in the taxi business. Albert finds employment with one of his father's Vietnam War buddies, Harold (Max Gail). Harold owns D.C. Cab, a floundering cab company with a motley crew of cab drivers. As the owner of this faltering company, Harold has a dream of running a successful place, but a lack of financial means leads to trouble never being far away. While working his dream job, Albert tries to befriend each of his fellow cab drivers, increase their employee morale and bring them all together to save the company. Unfortunately, he meets resistance on all fronts. Even though circumstances seem dire for Harold's rundown cab company, an opportunity arises where the employees can save the company with their unexpected windfall of cash. Will the drivers decide to rally around each other and invest their windfall into the company and become business partners or will they choose to take the money and run?

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    Crime, Slapstick