3 Nuts in Search of a Bolt

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3 Nuts in Search of a Bolt movie poster.

Movie (1964)
Alternative English title: 3 Nuts and a Bolt

Starring:
Mamie Van Doren (Saxie Symbol)
Tommy Noonan (Tom)
Ziva Rodann (Dr. Myra Von)
Paul Gilbert (Joe Lynch)
John Cronin (Bruce Bernard)
Howard Koch (Dr. Otis Salverson)

An out of work Method actor is hired by a male model, an ecdysiast, and a car salesman who live together to save money. They want the actor to listen to their problems and go see a psychiatrist so they can get counseling for cheap. The psychiatrist is intrigued by the split personalities indicated by the three separate sets of problems presented by the actor, and soon producers are climbing out of the woodwork trying to buy the rights to the film, while the actor is having trouble keeping his act together.

Boeing 727-23

Boeing 727-23 of American Airlines.


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