Live a Little Steal A Lot

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Live a Little Steal A Lot (Murph the Surf) (1975, USA) is a Crime-Comedy film directed by Marvin J. Chomsky.

Livealittlestealalot.jpg


Main Details

  • Released on June 11, 1975 (New York City premiere)
  • Color
  • Running time: 101 minutes
  • Production and Distribution Co.: American International Pictures
  • Directed by Marvin J. Chomsky
  • Written by E. Arthur Kean and Allan Dale Kuhn
  • Starring: Robert Conrad, Don Stroud, Donna Mills


Plot Summary

  • Based on a true story, details the daring 1964 theft of the J.P. Morgan jewel collection from New York's American Museum of Natural History. Called "The Greatest Jewel Heist of the 20th Century", the robbers took twenty-two precious gems, including the Star of India, the 100.32-carat de Long Ruby and the 16.25-carat Eagle Diamond, stones so famous they would be impossible to sell.

Taglines

  • The True Story of Two Miami Playboys Who Liked the Girls and the Good Life Enough to Turn Con Men and Pull Off the Biggest Job in History! And the Cops Knew It, But Couldn't Do a Thing About It!
  • The True Story of "Murph the Surf"
Newsletter
  • Grindhouse Database Newsletter
  • Exploitation books
  • Kung fu movies
  • Giallo BluRay