One, Two, Three

James Cagney's 'retirement' film was this hilarious comedy about a Coke executive in contemporary West Berlin freaking out when the boss's visiting daughter secretly weds a communist. With Arlene Francis, Horst Buchholz.

Year: 1961
Genre: Comedy, Classic Comedy, Alice's Playhouse, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Billy Wilder
Starring: James Cagney, Arlene Francis, Horst Buchholz
Duration: 108 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Classic Comedy



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