The Jokers (1967)

The Jokers





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Two brothers looking to avoid becoming pawns of the establishment come up with a better way of making a living -- through theft -- in this satiric comedy. David Tremayne (Oliver Reed) is a successful London architect, and his younger brother Michael (Michael Crawford) is weighing his options after being kicked out of school. The brothers share a bemused disgust with the world around them and a desire to get through life without the burden of labor; toward this end, one day they begin plotting an … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Classics, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Dick Clement, Ian La Frenais
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as Michael Tremayne

as David Tremayne

as Inspector Marryatt

as Col. Gurney-Simms

as Sir Matthew

as Harassed Man

as Mrs. Tremayne

as Mr. Tremayne

as Sgt. Catchpole

as Lt. Col. Paling

as Brigadier

as Uncle Edward

as De Winter the Chauff...

as Capt. Browning

as Capt. Green

as Policeman

as Bank Manager

as Solicitor

as Mrs. Pervis

as Mrs. Jeffcock

as Lt. Sprague

as Maj. Gen. Jeffcock
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Well-made, fun, accessible film with a great plot and two well-known stars (Oliver Reed, Michael Crawford). And it keeps you delightfully hanging in suspense until the very last minutes. Can't understand why this film is so obscure.

Eric Broome
Eric Broome

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