It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963)

Every Man for Himself

When attempted negotiations break down, everyone runs to their cars and the race for the money is on.

Directed by Stanley Kramer.

Released in 1963 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Daughter
  • character-type: Mother
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  • primary-genre: Comedy
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  • mood: Goofy
  • mood: Exciting
  • mood: Funny
  • prop: Car
  • setting: Road
  • setting: Desert
  • theme: Distrust
  • theme: Competition
  • theme: Greed
  • theme: Ethics
  • actor: Dorothy Provine
  • actor: Milton Berle
  • actor: Ethel Merman
  • actor: Edie Adams
  • actor: Buddy Hackett
  • actor: Mickey Rooney
  • actor: Sid Caesar
  • actor: Jonathan Winters
  • director: Stanley Kramer
  • producer: Stanley Kramer
  • cinematographer: Ernest Laszlo
  • composer: Ernest Gold
  • editor: Frederic Knudtson
  • editor: Gene Fowler Jr.
  • editor: Robert C. Jones
  • costume-designer: Bill Thomas
  • production-designer: Rudolph Sternad
  • role-name: Ding 'Dingy' Bell
  • role-name: J. Russell Finch
  • role-name: Lennie Pike
  • role-name: Emeline Marcus-Finch
  • role-name: Melville Crump, DDS
  • role-name: Monica Crump
  • role-name: Benjy Benjamin
  • role-name: Mrs. Marcus
  • screenwriter: William Rose
  • screenwriter: Tania Rose
  • year: 1963
  • studio: MGM