Directed by Richard Lester
Louis Gossett Jr.
Richard Lester (Juggernaut, How I Won the War) directs this no-holds-barred whirlwind comedy fueled by mistaken identities, mayhem and macabre madness. At stake is a stolen fortune hidden in a coffin, aboard a speeding coast-to-coast train. On the case are the delightfully outrageous Louis Gossett Jr. (The Laughing Policeman) as an ace criminal and as is his gorgeous and foul-mouthed protégé. But standing in their way is the thief ready to kill for his $5,000,000 loot, a confused FBI agent who wants to arrest everyone in sight. Full of twists and turns with one bizarre surprise after another, there’s a little sex, lots of action, and with a fortune up for grabs, there’s only one rule – Finders Keepers! The Hilarious and talented cast includes Michael O’Keefe (Caddyshack), Beverly D’Angelo, National Lampoon’s Vacation), Pamela Stephenson (Superman III), Ed Lauter (Breakheart Pass), David Wayne (How to Marry a Millionaire), Brian Dennehy (Gorky Park), Jack Riley (High Anxiety), John Schuck (Thieves Like Us) and the great Jim Carrey (Dumb & Dumber) in one his earliest roles.
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