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Director  Marvin J. Chomsky
Country  United States
6.6/10 IMDb

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Language  English
Murph the Surf (film) movie poster
Release date  April 21, 1976
Writer  E. Arthur Kean (screenplay), Allan Dale Kuhn (story)
Tagline  The True Story of Two Miami Playboys Who Liked the Girls and the Good Life Enough to Turn Con Men and Pull Off the Biggest Job in History! And the Cops Knew It, But Couldn't Do a Thing About It!

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Murph the Surf, also known as Live a Little, Steal a Lot, is a 1975 film based on a jewel burglary involving the surfer Jack Roland Murphy, who had the nickname "Murph the Surf". Starring Robert Conrad and Don Stroud, it was directed by Marvin J. Chomsky.

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Cast

  • Robert Conrad as Allan Kuhn
  • Don Stroud as Jack Murphy
  • Donna Mills as Ginny Eaton
  • Robyn Millan as Sharon Kagel
  • Luther Adler as Max The Eye
  • Paul Stewart as Avery
  • Morgan Paull as Arnie Holcomb
  • Ben Frank as Hopper Magee
  • Burt Young as Sgt. Bernasconi
  • Pepper Martin as Sgt. Terwilliger
  • Randee Lynne Jensen as Girl at party
  • Jess Barker as Museum Guard
  • References

    Murph the Surf (film) Wikipedia
    Murph the Surf (film) IMDb Murph the Surf (film) themoviedb.org


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