The Fortune Trailer

The Fortune Trailer (1975)

"Sexier than the Marx Brothers, handsomer than Laurel and Hardy but not as smart as The 3 Stooges" 20 May 1975 Comedy, Crime, Romance 88 mins

Two bumbling hustlers in the 1920s attempt to gain the fortune of an heiress. Nothing will stop them . Not even murder.

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Cast

Ian Wolfe

as Justice of the Peace

Rose Michtom

as His Wife

Brian Avery

as Airline Steward

Florence Stanley

as Mrs. Gould

Dub Taylor

as Rattlesnake Tom

Catlin Adams

as Girl Lover (as Nira Barab)

Christopher Guest

as Boy Lover

Scatman Crothers

as Fisherman

Tom Newman

as John the Barber

Jim Antonio

as 1st Policeman

Vic Vallaro

as 2nd Policeman

Richard B. Shull

as Chief Detective Sergeant Jack Power

Joe Tornatore

as Detective

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 20 May 1975

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