The Money Trap

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Released 1966

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Director:
Burt Kennedy
Released:
1966
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The Money Trap is a 1965 drama film starring Glenn Ford, Elke Sommer and Rita Hayworth and directed by Burt Kennedy. An L.A. homicide cop makes $9200 a year. Enough to get by on - unless the cop's wife likes big houses and swimming pools. Then a man can fall into The Money Trap, so desperate for dough he'll trade his integrity...and maybe his future...for a score. In this unforgiving tale of crime and consequences, Glenn Ford as Detective Joe Baron and Elke Sommer as his extravagant wife head an impressive cast: Joseph Cotten, portraying a doctor with half a million in mob money just begging to be stolen; Ricardo Montalban, as a cop who wants a piece of Joe's action; and as Joe's booze-hazy ex-flame, film goddess Rita Hayworth, Ford's co-star in the torrid classic Gilda. Money brings them all together - and tears their lives apart.

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Drama, Suspense

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Crime, Mobsters, 60s, Film Noir