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Who's Minding the Mint?(1967)

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  • Funny bits and a dog too!

    • coneepratt
    • 3/10/10

    This movie has it all! It has the kitchen sink, several love interests, crooks, boats, ballerinas, boy scouts, girl scouts, and a dog having puppies. It has an incredible cast and even the credits are entertaining back when credits were boring! PLEASE my from TV tape is wearing out - bring it to TCM and someone PLEASE release it on DVD!!!

  • Funny, funny funny!

    • unkystan
    • 6/3/09

    Why this comedy is not better known is a mystery. Check out the cast, Hutton, Berle, Brennan, Bishop, Provine, Buono, Farr, Denver, Guilford and under the subtle direction of comic genius Howard Morris. The situation may be dated but funny is funny. Actually more laughs in 90 minutes than "Mad World" has in almost 3 hours.

  • what a great fun movie

    • vin
    • 11/7/07

    play it play it play it show it show it show it!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Out Your Seat Clever Caper Comedy

    • John A. M.
    • 10/20/07

    On the edge with the manic madcap mayham movie that endures for more than 90minutes that leaves you on the edge of your seat in this cinematic clever caper comedy that I recall seeing twice in the formitive years of my early movie going days. Now as a dult, I long to show it to many of my friends and to my family, especially my children. And the one scene that deeply etched in my brain will be the amusement park boats the climatic ending chase. wow!

  • Would like to see this hilarious comedy

    • Don
    • 4/18/07

    Please show this movie. Comedy fans will love it.

  • Need to see this movie on TV!

    • Elaine
    • 3/10/07

    Please broadcast this hilarious movie with a cast of exceptional actors, for our enjoyment. I remember watching this on tv when I was a young girl and the storyline completely fascinated me. The characters are all very funny and I would compare this to another great comedy (with a wonderful cast)....It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World! I highly rate this movie and would certainly agree that it should be broadcasted.

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