Two for the Money (1972 film)

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Two for the Money
Directed by Bernard L. Kowalski
Written by Howard A. Rodman
Produced by Aaron Spelling
Starring Robert Hooks
Stephen Brooks
Cathy Burns
T. K. Carter
Franklyn Seales
CinematographyArchie R. Dalzell
Edited byArt Seid
Music by Paul Glass
Aaron Spelling Productions
Release date
February 26, 1972
Running time
73 minutes
CountryUnited States

Two for the Money is a 1972 American TV film [1] that began as an Aaron Spelling television pilot [2] . It premiered on February 26, 1972.



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