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Never a Dull Moment (1968) Poster

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This was the last film in which Edward G. Robinson portrayed a gangster.
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DIRECTOR CAMEO (Jerry Paris): As the Police photographer.
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When Jack Albany (Dick Van Dyke) is being taken to meet Leo Joseph Smooth (Edward G. Robinson), the car he's in passes several movie houses. On the marquees, you can see the names of several cast members, such as Henry Silva, starring in gangster movies.
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Leo Joseph Smooth (Edward G. Robinson) was shown to be an artist, as well as an art collector and aficionado. In real-life, Robinson actually was a passionate artist and collector.
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Based on a novel by John Godey, the author of The Taking of Pelham One Two Three.
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It was re-released theatrically on April 15, 1977 on a double bill with a re-edited version of The Three Caballeros (1945) in featurette form.
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This film was one of several Disney films that featured individuals facing off with criminals: on television, the Mickey Mouse Club featured installments of the Hardy Boys and on screen, The Moon-Spinners found Hayley Mills battling a thief. On the prime time Wonderful World of Disney, the miniseries The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh saw a ruthless masked vigilante battle evildoers in 18th century England, starring Patrick McGoohan in the title character. Later, the studio did comic films like this one, balancing drama with comedy, which attracted families and other fans.
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