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      The Sting (1973) After rookie grifter Johnny Hooker (Robert Redford) tracks down veteran flim-flam man Henry Gondorff (Paul Newman) in 1930s Chicago, the duo plans to fleece a homicidal racketeer (Robert Shaw) through a phony racetrack scam involving a string of double and triple crosses. The Sting picked up seven Academy Awards, including Oscars for Best Picture, Best Directing (George Roy Hill) and Best Original Screenplay (David S. Ward).

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      Great Movie Scenes ~ The Sting

    • Laura McHale

      The Sting one of my absolute favorite movies

    • Claire Laster

      The Sting Awesome classic movie

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