PG | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
Paul Newman's character takes on the name of "Shaw" while playing poker on the train. The "mark" at the game, Doyle Lonnegan, is played by Robert Shaw. He ends up calling Newman "Mr. Shaw" several times during the game.
Luther! Good God, we're millionaires!
Luther: Jesus! Did you know he was that loaded?
Johnny Hooker: Hell no. I just cut into him. I woulda settled for pawning one of them shoes.
Even though Clemens calls the poker game as "table stakes" Lonnegan goes to the bank for more money in the final hand. Clemens is not one to challenge a man such as Lonnegan over a breach of etiquette though.
The opening credits are animated like a storybook.
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