Ace in the Hole

1951

N / A

111 Min

Ace in the Hole

(0/5)

One of the most scathing indictments of American culture ever produced by a Hollywood filmmaker. Kirk Douglas gives the fiercest performance of his career as Chuck Tatum, an amoral newspaper reporter caught in dead-end Albuquerque who happens upon the story of a lifetime and will do anything to ensure he gets the scoop.

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Director:
Released:
Jun 15th, 1951
Budget:
$1,821,052.00
Revenue:
N/A
Country:
USA

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- Kirk Douglas was borrowed by Paramount from Warner Bros. and was paid a fee of $150,000 for his portrayal.

- Paramount Pictures changed the title to "The Big Carnival" just prior to its original release. Later when released on DVD the name had been changed back to "Ace In The Hole".

- When the film was released, it got bad reviews and lost money. The studio, without Billy Wilder's permission, changed the title to "The Big Carnival" to increase the box office take of the…More

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