Little Miss Marker

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Overview

Screenwriter Walter Bernstein made his directorial debut with Little Miss Marker, a re-make of the Damon Runyon story that has been filmed many times before (most notably as Little Miss Marker with Shirley Temple, Sorrowful Jones starring Bob Hope, and the Tony Curtis vehicle 40 Pounds of Trouble). Here the cute little moppet is played by Sara Stimson, with Walter Matthau as the kid's nemesis Sorrowful Jones. The story concerns the relationship between the two when Little Miss Marker is left with Sorrowful as a ...
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Overview

Screenwriter Walter Bernstein made his directorial debut with Little Miss Marker, a re-make of the Damon Runyon story that has been filmed many times before (most notably as Little Miss Marker with Shirley Temple, Sorrowful Jones starring Bob Hope, and the Tony Curtis vehicle 40 Pounds of Trouble). Here the cute little moppet is played by Sara Stimson, with Walter Matthau as the kid's nemesis Sorrowful Jones. The story concerns the relationship between the two when Little Miss Marker is left with Sorrowful as a down payment for one of her father's bets. Jones is involved with Blackie (Tony Curtis), who's trying to open an undercover casino in a mansion owned by Amanda (Julie Andrews). Jones and the kid find themselves in a number of dangerous scrapes as they try to keep one step ahead of the law -- and of Blackie.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/23/2004
  • UPC: 025192627026
  • Original Release: 1980
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:43:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 33,768

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Walter Matthau Sorrowful Jones
Julie Andrews Amanda
Tony Curtis Blackie
Bob Newhart Regret
Lee Grant The Judge
Brian Dennehy Herbie
Kenneth McMillan Brannigan
Andrew Rubin Carter
Joshua Shelley Benny
Nedra Volz Mrs. Clancy
Jacquelyn Hyde Lola
Bill Ackridge
Mark Anger
Simmy Bow
Lennie Bremen
Colin Gilbert
Alvin Hammer Morris
Wynn Irwin
Joseph Knowland
Stanley Lawrence
Ralph Manza
Maurice Marks
Jack Mullaney
Viola Kates Stimpson "The Kid"
Don Bexley Sam
Louis Basile
Eddie Ness
Sharri Zak
Jack de Leon Manager
John Finnegan Clerk
Randy Herman Clerk
Tom Pedi Vittorio
Jessica Rains Clerk
Henry Slate Teller
Technical Credits
Walter Bernstein Director, Screenwriter
Edward C. Carfagno Production Designer
Hal G. Gausman Set Decoration/Design
Jennings Lang Producer
Philip H. Lathrop Cinematographer
Henry Mancini Score Composer
Walter Matthau Executive Producer, Producer
Ruth Morley Costumes/Costume Designer
Eve Newman Editor
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Julie Andrews

    movie very good - funny & light but with abit of drama too.

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