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The Carpetbaggers
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The Carpetbaggers 1964

From Amazon: The Carpetbaggers is the kind of trash classic most people are too embarrassed to admit they actually enjoy. But this Harold Robbins adaptation is so cheerfully vulgar, it's hard not to have a good time--especially given the thinly veiled portrait of Howard Hughes at its center. George Peppard plays the heel-hero, who founds an airline company in the 1920s and buys a movie studio in the 1930s, crushing friends and mistresses along the way. The high cheese factor is aided by the good-time cast: Carroll Baker as Peppard's hot stepmom, Bob Cummings (quite funny) as a cynical agent, and Elizabeth Ashley, who married Peppard, in her...

Directed By:
No image existsEdward Dmytryk
Written By:
No image existsJohn Michael Hayes
No image existsGeorge Peppard
No image existsCarroll Baker
No image existsAlan Ladd
No image existsElizabeth Ashley
No image existsLew Ayres
No image existsMartha Hyer
No image existsMartin Balsam
No image existsRobert Cummings
No image existsArchie Moore
No image existsAudrey Totter
No image existsLeif Erickson
No image existsTom Lowell

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The Carpetbaggers Movie Review by Dash Riprock (2/20/2013)

If you enjoy trashy, big-budget movies adapted from the sleaze of a trashy Harold Robbins' pot-boiler, then you're sure to be delighted by The Carpetbaggers in all of its trashiness.

Even though Robbins' lurid, sensational best-seller was packed to the brim with page after page of sex, rape, incest, murder, torture,...

(complete The Carpetbaggers review by Dash Riprock)

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