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Cash McCall

Cash McCall ★★½ 1960

McCall (Garner) is a corporate raider who just loves making money. But problems come in when he falls for the lovely daughter (Wood) of his latest takeover target, failing businessman Jagger. Based on the novel by Cameron Hawley. 116m/C VHS . James Garner, Natalie Wood, Dean Jagger, Nina Foch, E.G. Marshall, Henry Jones, Otto Kruger, Roland Winters, Parley Baer, Dabbs Greer; D: Joseph Pevney; W: Lenore Coffee, Marion Hargrove; C: George J. Folsey; M: Max Steiner.

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