Overview

C.R. MacNamara will do anything to get a promotion within the Coca-Cola company, including looking after boss W.P. Hazeltine's rebellious teenage daughter, Scarlett. When Scarlett visits Berlin, where C.R. is stationed, she reveals that she is married to a communist named Otto Piffl -- and C.R. recognizes that Otto's anti-establishment stance will clash with his boss's own political views, possibly jeopardizing his promotion.

  1. Billy Wilder

    Director, Screenplay

  2. I. A. L. Diamond

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. James Cagney

    James Cagney

    C.R. MacNamara

  2. Liselotte Pulver

    Liselotte Pulver

    Fräulein Ingeborg

  3. Horst Buchholz

    Horst Buchholz

    Otto Ludwig Piffl

  4. Pamela Tiffin

    Pamela Tiffin

    Scarlett Hazeltine

  5. Howard St. John

    Howard St. John

    Wendell P. Hazeltine

Full Cast & Crew

One, Two, Three
One, Two, Three

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 15, 1961
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 55m

Budget $3,000,000.00

Revenue $4,000,000.00

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