Pocket Money

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Released 1972

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Director:
Stuart Rosenberg
Released:
1972
Rating:
PG
Pocket Money is a 1972 Western comedy directed by Stuart Rosenberg and set in 1970s Arizona and Northern Mexico. The film follows Jim Cane (Paul Newman), a not so smart livestock broker, whose 250 head of cattle are held in quarantine at the Mexican border. In debt and without a penny to his name, Cane conspires with crooked cattlemen, led by Stretch Russell (Wayne Rogers), to sneak into Mexico, round up 250 cattle, and bring them back to the United States. Cane enlists the help of his friend Leonard (Lee Marvin), who is also not so smart, and the two bumble their way through a series of misadventures with bravado and ignorance. As the two head back across the Mexican border, things begin to fall apart when Cane falls off his horse and finds himself on the wrong side of the Mexican authorities. Now, a wanted man, Cane must rely on Leonard to help him out of his mess. Leonard, however, has other ideas in mind.moreless
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