PG | | Comedy
Two elderly gangsters are released from prison only to find they have trouble fitting in as old men who still take no guff from anyone.
At one point Tony Curtis was being considered for a role, possibly the Eli Wallach part originally intended for Adolph Caesar. Curtis had worked with Lancaster on " Trapeze " and " Sweet Smell of Success " while he had appeared with Kirk in " The ... ...
I'm tellin' ya, Harry...
Harry Doyle: I know, I know. We could have got away with it.
Archie Long: Did I say that before?
Harry Doyle: Every day for thirty years.
Constantly changing sun and shadows throughout the train chase scene. Especially noticeable then they decouple the train cars (sun high and from the side), and Archie taunts Yablonski (sun lower and directly from behind).
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