The Only Game in Town1970

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The Only Game in Town
Directed by:
George Stevens

Released in the USA on January 21 of 1970, "The Only Game in Town" (also known as "Unico gioco in città, L'", "Einzige Spiel in der Stadt, Das") is a Drama film directed by George Stevens , starring Elizabeth Taylor, Warren Beatty, Charles Braswell and Hank Henry.

Dice was his vice. Men hers.

Who directed "The Only Game in Town":

The Only Game in Town was directed by George Stevens, an American director, producer, cinematographer, actor, and writer.

Before directing The Only Game in Town, George Stevens had directed The Greatest Story Ever Told, released in 1965, The Diary of Anne Frank (1959), Giant (1956), Shane (1953), Something to Live For (1952), and A Place in the Sun (1951).

When was "The Only Game in Town" released:

The Only Game in Town was first released on Wednesday, January 21, 1970, in the United States.. This was forty-nine (49) years ago.

It has been released on Thursday, March 05, 1970 in Germany.

What is the casting of "The Only Game in Town":

At the casting of The Only Game in Town we find Elizabeth Taylor, previously seen in Anne of the Thousand Days (1969) and Secret Ceremony (1968); Warren Beatty (Bonnie and Clyde (1967), Lilith (1964)); Charles Braswell (Pretty Boy Floyd (1960)) [ more... ]

What is the Storyline of "The Only Game in Town":

Aging Las Vegas chorine Fran Walker (Taylor) drifts into an affair with lounge pianist and compulsive gambler Joe Grady (Beatty) while waiting for her married lover, San Francisco businessman Thomas Lockwood, to finalize the divorce he has been promising to get for the past five years.

By the time Lockwood keeps his word and is free to marry his mistress, she finds she has fallen in love with Joe, who has finally accumulated enough money to fulfill his dream of relocating to New York City and [...]

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