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The Sting - Paul Newman DVD - £3.96 @ uWish

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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Classic film and theme! Next cheapest around £5+. Go through Quidco for another 6% off.

The Sting is one of the most popular and critically acclaimed films of all time. Set in the 1930's this intricate comedy caper deals with an ambitious small time crook (Robert Redford) and a veteran con man (Paul Newman) who seeks revenge on the vicious crime lord (Robert Shaw) who murdered one of their gang. How this group of charlatans puts "the sting" on their enemy makes for the greatest double-crosses in movie history, complete with an amazing surprise finish...
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#1
BRILLINAT film! Really enjoyed it and as you say the theme music is superb as well. Well worth the price.
#2
BRILLIANT film! Really enjoyed it and as you say the theme music is superb as well. Well worth the price.
#3
Available for £3 in Fopp, Bristol. Same goes for Cool Hand Luke and The Hustler.
#4
Very good film
#5
My favourite film of all time! So excellently and authentically made you forget that you are watching a movie that was made in 1973.

Excellent price too, heat added
#6
Highly recommended, outstanding film! Heat added! :)
#7
Can probably better that price I would have thought.

If you can tolerate a used copy, there are Amazon sellers with it at 99p + £1.24 postage.

Outstanding film that everybody should see. People say Redford and Newman were good in Butch and Sundance, but this knocks that film into a cocked hat. It's definitely in my favourite 3 films of all time.
#8
My no. 1 favourite, too. Just ordered one.

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