The Sting

Directed by George Roy Hill
Starring Paul Newman, Robert Redford

Universal Home Video | June 5, 2012 | Blu-Ray

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A light-hearted caper about two con-men who swindle a powerful racketeer in 1930s Chicago. Johnny Hooker is a young confidence man whose mentor is murdered when they run afoul of syndicate head Doyle Lonnegan. Seeking revenge, as well as a career boost, Hooker joins forces with old pro Henry Gondorff. Together the two scam artists cook up and carry out a complicated gambling sting, which nets them and their colleagues over a million dollars.

Video Release: June 5, 2012

Studio: Universal Home Video

UPC: 025192146084

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The Sting

The Sting

Directed by George Roy Hill
Starring Paul Newman, Robert Redford

Video Release: June 5, 2012

Studio: Universal Home Video

UPC: 025192146084


Edition Description
  • Originally in English

Synopsis

A light-hearted caper about two con-men who swindle a powerful racketeer in 1930s Chicago. Johnny Hooker is a young confidence man whose mentor is murdered when they run afoul of syndicate head Doyle Lonnegan. Seeking revenge, as well as a career boost, Hooker joins forces with old pro Henry Gondorff. Together the two scam artists cook up and carry out a complicated gambling sting, which nets them and their colleagues over a million dollars.

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Set in 1936, a masterful group of con artists arrange an epic "Sting" operation to pay back a big Chicago gangster for the murder of a smalltime grifter. Shaw as the mark is formidable. Marvin Hamlisch's score of Scott Joplin tunes created a revival of ragtime music. Academy Award Nominations: 10, including Best Actor--Robert Redford. Academy Awards: 7, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best (Adapted) Screenplay.

Notes

Color by Technicolor. Additional cast: Jack Collins (Duke Boudreau) and Leonard Barr (Burlesque House Comedian). Additional credits: Charles Dismukes (assistant director), John Scarne (technical consultant), Charlsie Bryant (script supervisor), Cinematique (cosmetics), Jaroslav Gebr (title artwork), Universal Title (title and optical effects), and Kaleidoscope Films Ltd. (title and optical design). Copyright 1973 Universal Pictures.
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