Eight On The Lam 1967 Starring Bob Hope-Shirley Eaton-Jonathan Winters1:47:44

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Published on June 27, 2016

Eight on the Lam is a 1967 film directed by George Marshall. It stars Bob Hope and Phyllis Diller.

Bank teller Henry Dimsdale finds ten $1,000 bills. He is a widower with seven kids and could use the money, and housekeeper Golda tells him it’s a case of finder’s keepers.

Henry waits two weeks to see if anyone claims the missing money. No one does, so he splurges on a new car and a diamond ring for Ellie Barton, his fiancee. But when the bank discovers a $50,000 shortage, Henry becomes a prime suspect. He, his family and Ellie take it on the lam to Arizona.

A detective, Jasper Lynch, the boyfriend of Golda, is assigned to investigate. Henry’s boss at the bank, Pomeroy, is seen with a sexy younger woman, Monica, who has expensive tastes. After a chase, Henry is placed under arrest. His kids hide a tape recorder in Pomeroy’s pocket, though, and get an admission of guilt. That frees their dad to marry Ellie while the helpful Golda and Jasper do likewise.

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