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Finders Keepers (1984 film)

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Finders Keepers (1984 film)

Finders Keepers
Mort Drucker
Directed by Richard Lester
Produced by Sandra Marsh
Terence Marsh
Written by Charles Dennis
Ronny Graham
Terence Marsh
Starring Michael O'Keefe
Beverly D'Angelo
Louis Gossett Jr.
Jim Carrey
Music by Ken Thorne
Studio CBS Theatrical Films
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) May 18, 1984
Running time 96 min.
Language English

Finders Keepers is a 1984 comedy film directed by Richard Lester and starring Michael O'Keefe and Beverly D'Angelo. It also starred Jim Carrey in his 6th film role.

Plot

With the law after him, and a women's Roller Derby team as well, con man Michael Rangeloff (O'Keefe) takes on the lam. He steals a coffin and boards a train, pretending to be a soldier bringing home a comrade's body. In truth, he finds a stolen stash of $5 million in hiding, which everyone wants.

The body is meant to be that of Lane Bidlekoff (Carrey), who actually dodged the draft and is still alive.

The film features songs by Supertramp such as Child of Vision and Take the Long Way Home.[1]

Cast

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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