One, Two, Three - German Measles
Coca-Cola exec MacNamara (James Cagney) does his routine with Schlemmer (Hanns Lothar) and the Berlin office staff, then has to cut a quick deal with secretary Ingeborg (Lilo Pulver), in Billy Wilder's anti-communist comedy One, Two, Three, 1961.
One, Two, Three - (Original Trailer)
A Coca-Cola executive in West Berlin tries to keep the boss' daughter from marrying a communist in Billy Wilder's One, Two, Three (1961) with production design by Alexander Trauner Telluride Film Festival honoree 1985).
One, Two, Three - Opening Credits, Introduction
The famous "Sabre Dance" by Aram Khachaturian launches director Billy Wilder's One, Two, Three (1961) followed closely by James Cagney's narration and a rendition of "The Internationale."
One, Two, Three - The Communist Gentlemen
Coca-Cola West Berlin exec McNamara (James Cagney) is busy with secretary Ingeborg (Lilo Pulver), when Peripetchikoff, Mishkin and Borodenko (Leon Askin, Peter Capell, Ralf Wolter) arrive from Moscow, in Billy Wilder's One, Two, Three, 1961.
One, Two, Three - Scarlett's Checked In
Coca-Cola executive MacNamara (James Cagney) and spouse (Arlene Francis) arrive at West Berlin's Templehof field to collect Scarlett (Pamela Tiffin), daughter of the boss in Atlanta, in Billy Wilder's One, Two, Three, 1961.