The Million Dollar Rip-Off
The Million Dollar Rip-Off is a 1976 American made-for-television crime comedy film starring Freddie Prinze in his television film debut and his only film role of any kind. Directed by Alexander Singer and written by Andrew Peter Marin based on a screenplay by William Devane and John Pleshette, the film premiered on NBC on September 22, 1976.
|The Million Dollar Rip-Off|
|Based on||A screenplay by William Devane and John Pleshette|
|Written by||Andrew Peter Marin|
|Directed by||Alexander Singer|
|Music by||Vic Mizzy|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Charles Fries|
|Producer(s)||Edward J. Montagne|
|Production location(s)||Skokie, Illinois|
|Editor(s)||Sam E. Waxman|
|Running time||73 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Charles Fries Productions|
|Original release||September 22, 1976|
An ex-con electronics genius (Prinze) and his four female accomplices devise a plot to steal millions of dollars from the Chicago Transit Authority. A detective, who has been keeping tabs on him since he got out of prison, suspects that he is up to something and tries to catch him at it.