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Take The Money And Run

Woody Allen's first directorial achievement is a frequently hilarious, sometimes misfiring satire of crime movies. Allen plays the typical shlemiel, a put-upon wimp who becomes a compulsive criminal. Told in semidocumentary fashion, with a rambling narrati… (more)

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Take The Money And Run
02:03 — A well intentioned loser makes a bad career decision and turns to a life of crime where he fails miserably. Some very funny moments mark Allen's direc (more…)
Take The Money And Run - Official Trailer
01:03 — A well intentioned loser makes a bad career decision and turns to a life of crime where he fails miserably. Some very funny moments mark Allen's direc (more…)
(Movie Clip) Opening, Credits
A bungled robbery at a pawn shop sets up the opening credit sequence for writer, star and director Woody Allen's debut Take the Money and Run, 1969.
Take the Money and Run - (Original Trailer)
Woody Allen's first movie written by, directed by and starring himself is the mockumentary Take the Money and Run (1969).

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