One, Two, Three (1961): A comedy about the head of Coca-Cola’s West Berlin operations, who may be fired if he can’t keep his American boss’s daughter from marrying a Communist.
Directed by Billy Wilder
Being a fan of Billy Wilder and James Cagney who had so much talent, I confess to not having seen “1,2,3.” I did enjoy and would love to see it again. Such rapid-fire delivery of Cagney’s lines amazed me, and the speed of the events were hilarious. I knew of the ‘beware Russia’ era but wonder if the younger generation would appreciate the movie. I look forward to good, clean humor again. Thanks!
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