Live a Little, Steal A Lot

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Live a Little, Steal a Lot and You Can't Steal Love were both alternate titles for the fact-based crime caper Murph the Surph. In the early 1960s, a "celebrity beach bum" named Jack Murphy--aka Murph the Surph--helped mastermind the stealing of the Star of India sapphire from the American Museum of Natural History. The film concentrates on the sociopathic pre-theft activities of Murphy (played by Don Stroud) and his partner in crime Allan Kuhn (excellently impersonated by Robert Conrad). The hollowness of Murph ...
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Live a Little, Steal a Lot and You Can't Steal Love were both alternate titles for the fact-based crime caper Murph the Surph. In the early 1960s, a "celebrity beach bum" named Jack Murphy--aka Murph the Surph--helped mastermind the stealing of the Star of India sapphire from the American Museum of Natural History. The film concentrates on the sociopathic pre-theft activities of Murphy (played by Don Stroud) and his partner in crime Allan Kuhn (excellently impersonated by Robert Conrad). The hollowness of Murph and Kuhn's Miami Beach lifestyle is offset with their never-ending search for "kicks"--the last of which earned them both stiff prison terms. Live a Little, Steal a Lot successfully plays its material for laughs throughout, but in the end both erstwhile criminals seem more pathetic than amusing.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/30/2003
  • UPC: 823504000495
  • Original Release: 1974
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  • Source: FISHING FEVER INC
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Conrad Allan Kuhn
Don Stroud Jack Murphy
Donna Mills Ginny
Robyn Millan Sharon
Luther Adler Max "The Eye"
Paul Stewart Avery
Morgan Paull Arnie
Ben Frank Hopper
Burt Young Bernasconi
Pepper Martin Terwilliger
Don Matheson Hauser
Lindsay Crosby Thomas
Jess Barker
Buffy Dee
Mimi Saffian
Harvey Levine
Kip King
Caruth C. Byrd
Al Bordighi
Herb Bigran
Technical Credits
Marvin J. Chomsky Director
Caruth C. Byrd Executive Producer
Chuck Courtney Producer
Michel Hugo Cinematographer
E. Arthur Kean Screenwriter
Phillip Lambro Score Composer
Howard A. Smith Editor
James D. Vance Production Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The Break In [8:55]
2. Jack Meets Jenny [4:27]
3. Jack & Allan Make the Deal [4:43]
4. Close Call [1:49]
5. On the Beach [4:29]
6. House Hunting [3:13]
7. "There's No Other Way to Do It" [2:05]
8. Daylight Job [5:49]
9. The Chase [5:03]
10. Making the Rounds [:48]
11. The Bahamas [7:02]
12. Lack of Evidence [3:43]
13. Break the Glass [2:43]
14. Biggest Score in History [2:44]
15. The Party [6:14]
16. The Star of India [7:17]
17. "I Want the Stones Back" [8:59]
18. The Shoebox is Empty [14:22]
19. Make That Deal [4:23]
20. Credits [2:44]
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