THE STING trailer





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Published on Dec 27, 2007

George Roy Hill's 1973 caper flick won 7 Oscars, including Best Picture. Paul Newman and Robert Redford star in this entertaining action-comedy, screening as part of the Orpheum Film Series on March 20, 2008 at 7pm.

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Comments • 77

$500,000 to win...i mean place....i meant win, place , on lucky dan.
Castle got me here!
Thanks for the tip man, i'll definitely check out this book.
Read "Trick Baby" and you'll understand it all....
You may have been conned too... in my opinion. Read "Trick Baby" by Robert Beck AKA "Iceberg Slim". It was written in 1967 five years before this movie. "Trick" had the same characters. Black man as teacher "Blue Howard" (Luther). Light skinned black man who who could pass as white "Johnny O'Brien" (Johnny Hooker) The "Vickburg Kid" (Henry Gondorff). The movie set in Chicago just as Trick Baby. Luther revealing he never played the big con just like in Trick Baby. I could go on and on.
mw stuntz
FANTASTIC movie. My second was in this. 
I hope I am saying the same thing as Boobr in 2 hours and 9 minutes
Certainly one of the best in the decade. Many people, including me, got our first real exposure to ragtime because of this movie, and I still enjoy listening to it. This is a movie that was FUN to watch ... not many movies seem to be now. Simple, clever fun. 
My dad came home from a business trip in 1974 & announced @ dinner that while was bored in the hotel room one night, he went to see this movie & it was the greasted flick he had ever seen. I saw it a week later & agreed--still do! The casting, music, direction, acting, script, are absolutely brilliant! While the con men are conning everyone in the movie, they are also conning the audience. The ending is one of the biggest surprises in movie history!
Barry Barcrest
Love this film, it really is well made.
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