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Pamela Tiffin and James Cagney with Hanns Lothar in drag
Pamela Tiffin and James Cagney with Hanns Lothar in drag

Thumbnail for One, Two, Three (1961) One, Two, Three (1961)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 78
Notable as: Screwball comedyGenre: Black-and-white, Satire, Political cinema, Screwball comedy, Parody, Farce, Political satire, Comedy of manners, ComedyMain subject: Cold WarNarrative location: BerlinRuntime: 108 - 115 minutesColor: black-and-white filmLanguage: Russian, English, GermanCountry: United States, GermanyFilming location: Berlin, GermanyDirector: Billy WilderScreenwriter: Billy Wilder, I. A. L. DiamondMusic: André PrevinCinematography: Daniel L. FappStars: Horst Buchholz, Pamela Tiffin, Arlene Francis, James Cagney, Liselotte Pulver, Ralf Wolter, Hubert von Meyerinck, Hanns Lothar, Leon Askin Producer: Billy WilderStudio: Mirisch CompanyAwards won: Academy AwardsAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White (Daniel L. Fapp)Award details: (details at IMDb)
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One, Two, Three is a 1961 American comedy film directed by Billy Wilder and written by Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond. It is based on the 1929 Hungarian one-act play Egy, kettő, három by Ferenc Molnár, with a "plot borrowed partly from" Ninotchka, a 1939 film co-written by Wilder. The comedy features James Cagney, Horst Buchholz, Pamela Tiffin, Arlene Francis, Leon Askin, Howard St. John, and others. It would be Cagney's last film appearance until Ragtime, 20 years later. The film is primarily set in West Berlin during the Cold War, but before the construction of the Berlin Wall, and politics is predominant in the premise. The film is known for its quick pace.


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