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Small Time Crooks (2000)
Starring: Woody Allen, Tony Darrow, Hugh Grant, George Grizzard, Jon Lovitz, Elaine May, Michael Rapaport, Elaine Stritch, Tracey Ullman
Director: Woody Allen
Category: Comedy, Independent
Studio: DreamWorks Home Ent.
95 mins



An ex-con (Woody Allen) and his manicurist wife (Tracey Ullman) find their get-rich-quick scheme leaves them rolling in dough in the hilarious comedy, Small Time Crooks.When a bank heist takes a comical twist, the couple discovers that cookies pay better than crime!Romantic comedy favorite Hugh Grant is a suave art dealer with his own plot to cash in on their success.Adding to the mix are bumbling crooks Jon Lovitz and Michael Rapaport in this critically acclaimed film ABC Radio Network calls "delightfully witty and wacky."


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