Ocean's 11: (1960)
New Year's Eve in Las Vegas. Roulette wheels spin, cards snap, slots chime, champagne fizzes, the shows go on... and the lights go out. It's the perfect time to steal a kiss or a $25 chip. But for Danny Ocean (Frank Sinatra) and his 10 partners in crime, it's the perfect moment to steal millions.
Robin and the 7 Hoods:
In prohibition-era Chicago, the corrupt sheriff and Guy Gisborne, a south-side racketeer, knock off the boss Big Jim. Everyone falls in line behind Guy except Robbo, who controls the north side. Although he's outgunned, Robbo wants to keep his own territory. A pool-playing dude from Indiana and the director of a boys' orphanage join forces with Robbo; and, when he gives some money to the orphanage, he becomes the toast of the town as a hood like Robin Hood. Meanwhile, Guy schemes to get rid of Robbo, and Big Jim's heretofore unknown daughter Marian appears and goes from man to man trying to find an ally in her quest to run the whole show. Can Robbo hold things together?
4 For Texas:
Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin play wily business rivals in this Wild West lark of gambling and romance. It's 4 for Texas as the two stars, joined by Anita Ekberg and Ursula Andress, vie for oneupmanship at the card tables of 1870s Galveston. The cards hold a lot more fun when the film's many talented co-stars join in. The Three Stooges turn up in a trademark slapstick sketch. Preening Victor Buono is the most devious, double crossing villain this side of Snidely Whiplash. And Charles Bronson is a rattlesnake-mean gunslinger with a nasty habit of absorbing more lead than he dishes out. At center stage, from opening stagecoach shootout to final riverboat melee, pals Sinatra and Martin clearly have a blast. So will you.