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A Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed (1958)

87 min | Comedy, Crime

Three horse-racing lovers turn to robbery to appease their gambling appetites. Max is the nice, easygoing, vitamin-gulping guy with an out-sized swallow tube; Gus is his penniless, parasitic friend and Rocky is their bookie pal. Gus ...See moreThree horse-racing lovers turn to robbery to appease their gambling appetites. Max is the nice, easygoing, vitamin-gulping guy with an out-sized swallow tube; Gus is his penniless, parasitic friend and Rocky is their bookie pal. Gus persuades Max that with his unusual swallow tube they could rob a bank and Max could swallow the note to be shown the teller after the money is handed over. They pull off the robbery with incredible ease, become involved with a vitamin-gulping horse, lose their bank roll, try robbery again - and wind up behind the Eight Ball. Written by alfiehitchie See less
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Updated Jul 22, 1958

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Dec 1, 1958 (United States)

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46 cast members
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Tom Ewell
Max Rutgers Max Rutgers   See fewer
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Mickey Rooney
Gus Harris Gus Harris   See fewer
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Mickey Shaughnessy
Harold 'Rocky' Baker Harold 'Rocky' Baker   See fewer
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Dina Merrill
Margie Solitaire Margie Solitaire   See fewer
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Madge Kennedy
Grace Havens Grace Havens   See fewer
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Frances Bavier
Mrs. Solitaire Mrs. Solitaire   See fewer
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Richard Deacon
Milburn Schroeder Milburn Schroeder   See fewer
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Charles Arnt
Mr. Simms aka Pop (uncredited) Mr. Simms aka Pop (uncredited)   See fewer
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Sam Bagley
Newsboy (uncredited) Newsboy (uncredited)   See fewer
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Leonard Bremen
Betting Mechanic (uncredited) Betting Mechanic (uncredited)   See fewer
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Thomas Caldwell
Auctioneer (uncredited) Auctioneer (uncredited)   See fewer
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Harry Carter
Policeman (uncredited) Policeman (uncredited)   See fewer
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Fred Catania
Bettor (uncredited) Bettor (uncredited)   See fewer
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Edmund Cobb
Prison Guard (uncredited) Prison Guard (uncredited)   See fewer
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Richard Collier
Sidney - Bank Teller (uncredited) Sidney - Bank Teller (uncredited)   See fewer
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Heinie Conklin
Racetrack Patron (uncredited) Racetrack Patron (uncredited)   See fewer
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Joe Conley
Benjy (uncredited) Benjy (uncredited)   See fewer
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Harold Cornsweet
Bettor (uncredited) Bettor (uncredited)   See fewer
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Richard H. Cutting
Bank Manager (uncredited) Bank Manager (uncredited)   See fewer
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John Doucette
Grayson (uncredited) Grayson (uncredited)   See fewer
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George Eldredge
Racing Board Commissioner (uncredited) Racing Board Commissioner (uncredited)   See fewer
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John Epper
Outrider (uncredited) Outrider (uncredited)   See fewer
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Michael Fox
Detective (uncredited) Detective (uncredited)   See fewer
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Sig Frohlich
Newsboy (uncredited) Newsboy (uncredited)   See fewer
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Tom Greenway
Lieutenant Green (uncredited) Lieutenant Green (uncredited)   See fewer
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Robert Haines
Racing Board Member (uncredited) Racing Board Member (uncredited)   See fewer
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Stuart Hall
Bidder (uncredited) Bidder (uncredited)   See fewer
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Billy E. Hughes
Bidder (uncredited) Bidder (uncredited)   See fewer
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Stan Kamber
Lee (uncredited) Lee (uncredited)   See fewer
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Jack Kenney
Used Car Salesman (uncredited) Used Car Salesman (uncredited)   See fewer
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Frank Killmond
Grocery Clerk (uncredited) Grocery Clerk (uncredited)   See fewer
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Bill McLean
Jockey Beale (uncredited) Jockey Beale (uncredited)   See fewer
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Carlyle Mitchell
Announcer at Horse Auction (uncredited) Announcer at Horse Auction (uncredited)   See fewer
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Scotty Morrow
Boy (uncredited) Boy (uncredited)   See fewer
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Jimmy Murphy
Jockey (uncredited) Jockey (uncredited)   See fewer
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Jeffrey Sayre
Racetrack Spectator (uncredited) Racetrack Spectator (uncredited)   See fewer
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Scott Seaton
Bank Customer (uncredited) Bank Customer (uncredited)   See fewer
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Bernard Sell
Man at Auction (uncredited) Man at Auction (uncredited)   See fewer
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Harry Seymour
Bank Customer (uncredited) Bank Customer (uncredited)   See fewer
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Rachel Stephens
Mother (uncredited) Mother (uncredited)   See fewer
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Bert Stevens
Police Detective / RaceTrack Spectator (uncredited) Police Detective / RaceTrack Spectator (uncredited)   See fewer
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Hal Taggart
Racing Board Member (uncredited) Racing Board Member (uncredited)   See fewer
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Charles Tannen
Charlie - Walkie Talkie Policeman (uncredited) Charlie - Walkie Talkie Policeman (uncredited)   See fewer
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Larry Thor
Detective (uncredited) Detective (uncredited)   See fewer
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Max Wagner
Bus Driver (uncredited) Bus Driver (uncredited)   See fewer
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5.2 / 10 | 36 votes