The Sting

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  • PG
Redford and Newman in another successful pairing, this time as Depression-era con-men who devise an elaborate scheme to swindle the mobster who killed their pal. Multi-Oscar winner, including Best Picture!
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Redford and Newman in another successful pairing, this time as Depression-era con-men who devise an elaborate scheme to swindle the mobster who killed their pal. Multi-Oscar winner, including Best Picture!

Original Release

12/25/1973

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Cast

Charles Durning Lt. Wm. Snyder
Eileen Brennan Billie
Paul Newman Henry Gondorff
Ray Walston J.J. Singleton
Robert Redford Johnny Hooker
Robert Shaw Doyle Lonnegan
Harold Gould Kid Twist
John Heffernan Eddie Niles
Dana Elcar F.B.I. Agent Polk
Jack Kehoe Erie Kid
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

George Roy Hill

Writers

David S. Ward

Cast

Charles Durning Lt. Wm. Snyder
Eileen Brennan Billie
Paul Newman Henry Gondorff
Ray Walston J.J. Singleton
Robert Redford Johnny Hooker
Robert Shaw Doyle Lonnegan
Harold Gould Kid Twist
John Heffernan Eddie Niles
Dana Elcar F.B.I. Agent Polk
Jack Kehoe Erie Kid
Robert Earl Jones Luther Coleman (as Robertearl Jones)
James Sloyan Mottola (as James J. Sloyan)
Charles Dierkop Floyd - Bodyguard
Lee Paul Bodyguard
Sally Kirkland Crystal
Avon Long Benny Garfield
Arch Johnson Combs
Ed Bakey Granger
Brad Sullivan Cole
John Quade Riley

Producers

Editors

William Reynolds

1974 Oscar Best Picture Won
1974 Oscar Best Actor in a Leading Role Nominated
1974 Oscar Best Director Won
1974 Oscar Best Writing, Story and Screenplay Based on Factual Material or Material Not Previously Published or Produced Won
1974 Oscar Best Cinematography Nominated
1974 Oscar Best Art Direction-Set Decoration Won
1974 Oscar Best Costume Design Won
1974 Oscar Best Sound Nominated
1974 Oscar Best Film Editing Won
1974 Oscar Best Music, Scoring Original Song Score and/or Adaptation Won
1974 Golden Globe Best Screenplay - Motion Picture Nominated
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