|A Taste of Money|
|Directed by||Max Varnel|
|Written by||Mark Grantham (original story)|
|Produced by|| Edward J. Danziger |
Harry Lee Danziger
|Starring|| Jean Cadell |
|Cinematography||James Wilson (as Jimmy Wilson)|
|Edited by||Desmond Saunders|
|Distributed by||United Artists Corporation|
A Taste of Money is a 1960 British comedy film directed by Max Varnel and starring Jean Cadell, Dick Emery and Pete Murray. It was produced by the Danzigers. 
An elderly spinster who works as a cashier for an insurance company plots to rob her employers by concocting the perfect crime. 
TV Guide called the film "an uninspired comedy," and noted, "Cadell, at 76 years of age, turns in a charming performance, but that alone cannot save the picture from mediocrity";  while Sky Movies wrote, "minor but amusing British comedy that's all the better for its coat of Technicolor. Character actress Jean Cadell is a joy in a rare leading role, and Dick Emery makes a perfect not-quite-funny gangster - his best work for the cinema. Christina Gregg is a pretty heroine in a film, which breaks little fresh ground, yet remains constantly entertaining thanks to good performances." 
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