One, Two, Three

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Released 1961

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One, Two, Three

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Director:
Billy Wilder
Released:
1961
Rating:
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One, Two, Three is a comedy film from 1961 directed by Billy Wilder. Coca-Cola executive C.R. "Mac" MacNamara (James Cagney) is assigned to work in West Berlin after a business blunder in the Middle East from a few years back. MacNamara is trying to become head of the entire Western European Coca-Cola branch so he can move to London and work in the headquarters there. His big plan is to introduce Coca-Cola to the Soviet Union. He believes his plan succeeds when he receives a call from his boss. The news is not what Mac expects when his boss tells him he is sending his daughter Scarlett Hazeltine (Pamela Tiffin) to live under Mac's watch. What Mac doesn't know is that Scarlett is a socialite and is marrying an East German Communist named Otto Piffl (Horst Bucholz). Mac must stop the couple from moving to Moscow before Scarlett's father comes to pick up his daughter.

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James Cagney

James Cagney

C.R. MacNamara

Leon Askin

Leon Askin

Peripetchikoff

Howard St. John

Howard St. John

Wendell P. Hazeltine

Arlene Francis

Arlene Francis

Phyllis MacNamara

Horst Buchholz

Horst Buchholz

Otto Ludwig Piffl

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Comedy

Themes

Classics, Slapstick, Satire, Politics