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The Moving Finger (1963)





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This independent New York film takes place in the bohemian coffeehouse hangout in Greenwich Village. A trio of robbers knock off a bank, but to perish in the ensuing gun battle with police. The surviving crook stumbles into the basement of some beatnik performers who take him in. When they discover the hunted man is carrying $90,000 in cash, their distaste for money quickly changes to greed. The coffee shop owner (Lionel Stander) and his girlfriend Angel (Barbara London) join the beatniks, a drunken doctor, and the police who all want the money. Angel talks the wounded crook into leaving with her, waiting for an opportunity to seize the loot. This film was produced, written, directed and edited by Larry Moyer. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi


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