Skin Game

Overview

Skin Game was historically significant as the 2000th film produced by Warner Bros. studios. The film is a comedy western starring James Garner and Louis Gossett Jr. as a pair of clever Antebellum con men. Garner regularly "sells" the black Gossett into slavery for an exalted price, then "liberates" Gossett so that they can move on to the next sucker. Unfortunately, they outsmart themselves, and before long Gossett seems doomed to a lifetime of forced servitude. They are rescued by pretty pickpocket Susan Clark, ...
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Overview

Skin Game was historically significant as the 2000th film produced by Warner Bros. studios. The film is a comedy western starring James Garner and Louis Gossett Jr. as a pair of clever Antebellum con men. Garner regularly "sells" the black Gossett into slavery for an exalted price, then "liberates" Gossett so that they can move on to the next sucker. Unfortunately, they outsmart themselves, and before long Gossett seems doomed to a lifetime of forced servitude. They are rescued by pretty pickpocket Susan Clark, who has a few surprises in store for them. Skin Game was supposed to be spun off into a TV series, but the project never got any farther than the 1974 pilot film Sidekicks.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/5/2009
  • UPC: 883316174210
  • Original Release: 1971
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 10,981

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jim Boles Auction Clerk
Rossano Brazzi
Al Checco Room Clerk
Charles Drake
Paris Earl
James Garner Quincy
Susan Clark Ginger
Forrest Lewis
J. Pat O'Malley William
Suzanne Pleshette
Hari (Harry) Rhodes
Robert Stack
George Wallace Auctioneer
Jason Wingreen 2nd Speaker
Louis Gossett Jr. Jason O'Rourke
Henry Jones Sam
Neva Patterson Mrs. Claggart
Parley Baer Mr. Claggart
George Tyne Bonner
Royal Dano John Brown
Joel Fluellen Abram
Napoleon Whiting Ned
Juanita Moore Viney
Dort Clark Pennypacker
Robert Foulk Sheriff
Athena Lorde Margaret
James McCallion Stanfil
Tracy Bogart Lizabeth
Don Haggerty Speaker
Burt Mustin
Brenda Sykes Naomi
Ed Asner Plunkett
Andrew Duggan Calloway
Technical Credits
Paul Bogart Director
Gordon Bau Makeup
Herman A. Blumenthal Art Director
Clifford C. Coleman Asst. Director
Fred Faust Sound/Sound Designer
David Giler Screenwriter
Harry Keller Producer
Fred Koenekamp Cinematographer
Pierre Marton Screenwriter
Harry Miller Producer
James W. Payne Set Decoration/Design
David Shire Score Composer
Richard Alan Simmons Screenwriter
Peter Stone Screenwriter
Walter Thompson Editor
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