History Film / TakeTheMoneyAndRun

13th Jun '17 9:31:08 PM nombretomado
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* IdentityAmnesia: After [[TapOnTheHead getting hit in the head with a baseball]] at a Washington Senators game, Virgil's grandfather thinks he's [[WorldWarOne Kaiser Wilhelm]]. Cue StockFootage [[spoiler: of the ''real'' Kaiser.]]

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* IdentityAmnesia: After [[TapOnTheHead getting hit in the head with a baseball]] at a Washington Senators game, Virgil's grandfather thinks he's [[WorldWarOne [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI Kaiser Wilhelm]]. Cue StockFootage [[spoiler: of the ''real'' Kaiser.]]
20th Apr '17 9:59:58 PM Mdumas43073
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->''"On December 1, 1935, Mrs. Williams Starkwell, the wife of a New Jersey handyman, gives birth to her first and only child. It is a boy, and they name it Virgil. He is an exceptionally cute baby, with a sweet disposition. Before he is 25 years old, he will be wanted by police in six states, for assault, armed robbery, and illegal possession of a wart."''

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->''"On December 1, 1935, Mrs. Williams William Starkwell, the wife of a New Jersey handyman, gives birth to her first and only child. It is a boy, and they name it Virgil. He is an exceptionally cute baby, with a sweet disposition. Before he is 25 years old, he will be wanted by police in six states, for assault, armed robbery, and illegal possession of a wart."''
20th Apr '17 9:59:11 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:300:Crime has never been this silly.]]

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20th Apr '17 9:58:11 PM Mdumas43073
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''Take the Money and Run'' (1969) is a {{Mockumentary}} film co-written by Creator/WoodyAllen and Mickey Rose, which marked Allen's full-fledged directorial debut.[[note]]Allen had directed ''Film/WhatsUpTigerLily'', a GagDub of a Japanese spy flick, in 1966.[[/note]] It chronicles the life of [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Ineffectual Sympathetic]] VillainProtagonist [[StupidCrooks Virgil Starkwell]] (played by Allen) and his wife Louise (Janet Margolin). Through exclusive interviews with his family, friends and teachers, we learn more about Virgilís [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood past]], [[ParentalNeglect upbringing]], and his love of [[DamnItFeelsGoodToBeAGangster crime]] and [[DreadfulMusician the cello.]]

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''Take the Money and Run'' (1969) is a 1969 {{Mockumentary}} film comedy co-written by Creator/WoodyAllen and Mickey Rose, which marked Allen's full-fledged directorial debut.[[note]]Allen had directed ''Film/WhatsUpTigerLily'', a GagDub of a Japanese spy flick, in 1966.[[/note]] It [[/note]]

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chronicles the life of [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Ineffectual Sympathetic]] VillainProtagonist [[StupidCrooks Virgil Starkwell]] (played by Allen) (Allen) and his wife Louise (Janet Margolin). Through exclusive interviews with his family, friends and teachers, we learn more about Virgilís [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood past]], [[ParentalNeglect upbringing]], and his love of [[DamnItFeelsGoodToBeAGangster crime]] and [[DreadfulMusician the cello.]]
20th Apr '17 9:56:47 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:193:Crime has never been this silly.]]

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20th Apr '17 9:53:02 PM Mdumas43073
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''Take the Money and Run'' (1969) is a {{Mockumentary}} co-written by Creator/WoodyAllen and Mickey Rose, and marked Allen's full-fledged directorial debut[[note]]Allen had directed ''Film/WhatsUpTigerLily'', a GagDub of a Japanese spy flick, in 1966[[/note]]. It chronicles the life of [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Ineffectual Sympathetic]] VillainProtagonist [[StupidCrooks Virgil Starkwell]] (played by Allen) and his wife Louise (Janet Margolin). Through exclusive interviews with his family, friends and teachers, we learn more about Virgilís [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood past]], [[ParentalNeglect upbringing]], and his love of [[DamnItFeelsGoodToBeAGangster crime]] and [[DreadfulMusician the cello.]]

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''Take the Money and Run'' (1969) is a {{Mockumentary}} film co-written by Creator/WoodyAllen and Mickey Rose, and which marked Allen's full-fledged directorial debut[[note]]Allen debut.[[note]]Allen had directed ''Film/WhatsUpTigerLily'', a GagDub of a Japanese spy flick, in 1966[[/note]]. 1966.[[/note]] It chronicles the life of [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain Ineffectual Sympathetic]] VillainProtagonist [[StupidCrooks Virgil Starkwell]] (played by Allen) and his wife Louise (Janet Margolin). Through exclusive interviews with his family, friends and teachers, we learn more about Virgilís [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood past]], [[ParentalNeglect upbringing]], and his love of [[DamnItFeelsGoodToBeAGangster crime]] and [[DreadfulMusician the cello.]]
17th Feb '17 8:33:48 AM Aggron9988
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* OnlyALighter: Virgil is seen at one point stealing a gun from a pawn shop and gets in a shootout with the police soon after only to realize that the "gun" that he just stole is a cigarette lighter.
19th Jun '16 6:25:52 PM DoctorCooper
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* PrisonersWork: Woody Allen's character works in the prison laundry, where he steals t-shirts for a proposed prison escape by putting them on. He builds up so many layers he ends up looking like a bodybuilder from the waist up.
9th Jun '16 10:08:14 AM darkchiefy
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* Bank Teller: A couple of them are featured in the movie

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* Bank Teller: BankTeller: A couple of them are featured in the movie
9th Jun '16 10:08:05 AM darkchiefy
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* Bank Teller: A couple of them are featured in the movie
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