PG | | Comedy, Crime, Romance
Two bumbling hustlers in the 1920s attempt to gain the fortune of an heiress. Nothing will stop them, not even murder.
In 1975, before the films were released, Columbia Pictures was certain it had two hits in "The Fortune" and "Funny Lady" and two bombs in "Tommy" and "Shampoo." In actuality, the exact opposite proved to be true.
Just ignore him.
Near the beginning of the film, set in the 1920's, when Nicky and Oscar are eating breakfast on a train, they pass another train as seen through the windows. One of the train cars they pass displays a Burlington Northern railroad logo that did not exist before 1970.