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The Troublemaker (film)

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Director  Theodore J. Flicker
Music director  Cy Coleman
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Language  English
7/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Story by  Buck Henry
Country  United States
The Troublemaker (film) movie poster
Release date  June 22, 1964 (1964-06-22)
Writer  Theodore J. Flicker, Buck Henry (screenplay), Buck Henry (story)
Cast  Tom Aldredge (Jack Armstrong), Joan Darling (Denver James), James Frawley (Sal Kelly / Sol Kelly / Judge Kelly), Theodore J. Flicker (Mr. Big), Buck Henry (T. R. Kingston), Charles White-Eagle (Building Inspector)
Similar movies  Buck Henry appears in The Troublemaker and Town & Country
Tagline  In Greenwich Village Anything Can Happen And Usually Does!

Jack Armstrong (Tom Aldredge) throws both caution and his career as a chicken farmer to the wind and becomes a coffee shop owner in Greenwich Village. Unfortunately, he soon has to contend with gangsters, corrupt politicians and a variety of city slickers who want to take advantage him. Luckily, not every New Yorker is so unkind, and Jack finds some unexpected help in the form of hip local girl Denver (Joan Darling) and streetwise lawyer T.R. Kingston (Buck Henry), who help keep the cafe afloat.

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The Troublemaker is a 1964 film directed by Theodore J. Flicker. The script was co-written by him and Buck Henry, and they both had roles in the film. The humor was based on The Premise, a Greenwich Village based comedy troupe.

A naive chicken farmer from New Jersey moves to Greenwich Village to open a coffee house.

Plot

A young, naive chicken farmer from New Jersey moves to Greenwich Village to open a coffee shop.

Similar Movies

Buck Henry appears in The Troublemaker and Town & Country. My Sister Eileen (1942). Buck Henry appears in The Troublemaker and The Owl and the Pussycat. Barefoot in the Park (1967). Buck Henry appears in The Troublemaker and directed First Family.

Critical reception

Bosley Crowther of The New York Times gave the film a mixed review.

References

The Troublemaker (film) Wikipedia
The Troublemaker (film) IMDb The Troublemaker (film) themoviedb.org


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