Take the Money and Run

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Released 1969

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Take the Money and Run

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Director:
Woody Allen
Released:
1969
Rating:
R
Take the Money and Run is a story about Virgil Starkwell (Woody Allen), a music-loving nebbish boy. This fictional comedy with voice over narrator Jackson Beck follows Virgil throughout his life filled with music and crime. From an early age, Virgil loves music, but his musical career fails. From that point forward, Virgil begins his life of crime starting with a failed bank heist. Sentenced to time in jail, this does not break the young Virgil as he breaks out of prison and continues on an endless string of botched stick ups. Even after becoming a husband and father, Virgil does not give up the life of crime. This comical movie that parodies a documentary includes interviews with Virgil's family and friends enlightening the viewer with further details of his life. Directed by Woody Allen and narrated by Jackson Beck, this 1969 comedy offers a great look into a crazy criminal's world.

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Comedy

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Classics, Slapstick, beer, Cult, Mockumentaries