Freebie And The Bean

  • 1974
  • Movie
  • R
  • Comedy, Crime

Fairly obnoxious cop comedy-action picture starring Arkin and Caan as two relentless cops who practically destroy San Francisco to capture big-shot gangster Kruschen. The humor is tasteless and racist, but the action scenes are fantastically choreographed and executed. A minor masterpiece for fans of mindless car-chase movies.

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(Movie Clip) Last Week It Was Your Pants
Grungy and profane, with the Transamerica building confirming San Francisco, James Caan and Alan Arkin (who s supposed to be Mexican-American) as the (more…)
(Original Trailer)
Original TV trailer with lots of schtick from stars Alan Arkin and James Caan, and supporting player Alex Rocco, from director Richard Rush s genuine (more…)
(Movie Clip) I Could've Made It In My Porsche
Writer-director Richard Rush getting adventurous with San Francisco scenery and banking on the chemistry of his co-stars, James Caan and Alan Arkin as (more…)
(Movie Clip) Mr. Inconspicuous
More banter between boastful James Caan and counterpunching Alan Arkin (whose character is Mexican-American), San Francisco cops staking out a Detroit (more…)
Freebie And The Bean - Official Trailer
03:11 — Two San Francisco cops use off-beat methods to arrest a big-time hijacker.
Freebie And The Bean - Trailer
00:35 — Two San Francisco cops use off-beat methods to arrest a big-time hijacker.

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  • Released: 1974
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Fairly obnoxious cop comedy-action picture starring Arkin and Caan as two relentless cops who practically destroy San Francisco to capture big-shot gangster Kruschen. The humor is tasteless and racist, but the action scenes are fantastically choreographed… (more)

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