One, Two, Three


One, Two, Three

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A Coca-Cola executive's promotion rests on his ability to look after his boss's flirtatious daughter in West Berlin.

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James Cagney
as C.R. MacNamara
Pamela Tiffin
as Scarlett Hazeltine
Horst Buchholz
as Otto Ludwig Piffl
Arlene Francis
as Phyllis MacNamara
Lilo Pulver
as Ingeborg
Howard St. John
as Hazeltine
Hans Lothar
as Schlemmer
Hanns Lothar
as Schlemmer
Lois Bolton
as Mrs. Hazeltine
Leon Askin
as Peripetchikoff
Peter Capell
as Mishkin
Ralf Wolter
as Borodenko
Red Buttons
as Military Police Sergeant
John Allen
as Tommy MacNamara
Christine Allen
as Cindy MacNamara
Hubert von Meyerinck
as Count Von Droste-Schattenburg
Til Kiwe
as Newspaperman
Helmut Schmidt
as East German Police Corporal
Ivan Arnold
as Military Police Corporal
Helmut Schmid
as East German Police Corporal
Otto Friebel
as East German Interrogator
Werner Buttler
as East German Police Sergeant
Klaus Becker
as Policeman
Jasper von Oertzen
as Haberdasher
Inga De Toro
as Stewardess
Jasper VonOertzen
as Haberdasher
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Audience Reviews for One, Two, Three

A capitalist cola executive in cold war Berlin faces hardship from communists, headstrong youth, as well as ex-Nazi trained staffing. James Cagney, a diminutive man in fact, but one of the nearly forgotten (shame!) giants of the screen proves it so and then some with a tour-de-force performance as he singlehandedly wrangles Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond's witty assault on so-called dollar diplomacy down to the ground and makes it go "uncle!" and is the sole reason to seek this ignored gem out. Excellent.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

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Caustic eyes of Billy Wilder set on west Berlin in the cold war. James Cagney shines at spitting Wilder's trademark cunning and sometimes mean spirited dialogue all over the place. Wilder said once "If you're going to tell people the truth, be funny or they'll kill you." that was never truer than here...

Pierluigi Puccini
Pierluigi Puccini

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Cold war comedy about a Coca-Cola executive stuck in Berlin and saddled with the responsibility of corralling the boss's wayward daughter. James Cagney makes the film's rapidly paced repartee look easy when, in fact, few actors could have handled it so well. An amusing, if not earth shattering, offering from the late, great Billy Wilder.

Randy Tippy
Randy Tippy

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It is pretty funny to see Jimmy Cagney running through his lists in this film. I have seen three of these 50-year-old highly-rated black and white films in the past week, and all are directed by Billy Wilder. Is he the only director of that era?

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Red Lats

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