The Million Dollar Rip-Off Trailer

The Million Dollar Rip-Off Trailer (1976)

22 September 1976 Thriller 73 mins

An electronics genius, who is an ex-con, and four of his lady friends devise a plot to steal millions of dollars from the Chicago Transit Authority. A detective, who had been keeping tabs on him since he got out of prison, suspects that he is up to something and tries to catch him at it

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Cast

Freddie Prinze

as Muff Kovak

Linda Scruggs

as Helene

James Sloyan

as Lubeck

Gary Vinson

as Hennessy

Joanna Kerns

as Jessie

Allen Garfield

as Lieutenant Ralph Fogherty

Bob Hastings

as Sergeant Frank Jarrett

Crew

Vic Mizzy

Original Music Composer

Vic Mizzy

Original Music Composer

Robert MacKichan

Robert MacKichan Art Direction

Ray Molyneaux

Ray Molyneaux Set Decoration

Jules Brenner

Jules Brenner Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 22 September 1976

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