Never a Dull Moment (1968) Rated G

 An actor is mistaken for a gangster. Starring Dick Van Dyke, Edward G. Robinson, Dorothy Provine.

This is one of Disney’s fun caper films. Van Dyke plays an actor who is mistaken for a hit man. He is hired by Leo Joseph Smooth, a gangster turned art collector, who wants a piece of art added to his collection. He hires Van Dyke and his other hoodlums to steal it. Laughter ensues as Van Dyke tries in vain to get out of his precarious situation (who would ever think of Van Dyke as a hit man?). There is also a bit of romance, as he falls in love with an art teacher (rather quickly, I might add). It’s all in good, Disney fun, making this film worth a watch.

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