Seven Thieves (1960)
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as Theo Wilkins/Dr. Vital
as Paul Mason/John Edwards
as Melanie/Madame De La Cruz
as Poncho/Baron von Roelitz
as Raymond Le May
as Hugo Baumer
as Director of Casino
as Duc di Salins
as Chief of Detectives
as Governor's Wife
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Critic Reviews for Seven Thieves
Despite some interesting individual moments, when taken as a whole, Seven Thieves is an uneven and (most damning) an uneventful mess.
Audience Reviews for Seven Thieves
So the film redeems itself towards the end, this 1960s version of Ocean's Eleven. After a provocative start, it ends with a moral highlight that had been deftly alluded to from the beginning. It even gets deeper and almost tear-jerking. What a twist!
Disappointed that it was in B&W...but the adventure was true to form. Continuous reminder of the Ocean's 11, 12 and 13 series with George Clooney and company...but a good flick. Edward G. Robinson can sell snake oil to a shoe salesman in this timeless classic...seeeee?....((LMAO!)) Joan Collins was so loyal as a team player in this one! Rod Steiger was as tough as nails as being the "ONE VOICE" in this operation...yeah I got into this flick...that my wife "accidentally" picked ...that turned out to be pretty good...check it out if you have the patience for it...
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