"...being the story of two bet-on-anything guys who happily discover something called a winning streak." The tagline isn't quite accurate, but nonetheless this 1974 Robert Altman
film is full of gambling, gambling, and more gambling. Elliott Gould
and George Segal ride the highs and (mostly) lows of cards, ponies and general hustling. Mostly remembered for its innovative approach to sound mixing, the film features a witty script and excellent acting from the two leads.
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