Cincinnati Kid

Cincinnati Kid,

the “one of the shrewdist gamblers east of the Mississippi.” [Cinema: Halliwell, 462]
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Rip, real name Elmore Rual Torn Jr, won respect in a seven-decade career and was praised for his work on Men in Black, The Larry Sanders Show, King of Kings, The Cincinnati Kid, The Man Who Fell to Earth and Dodgeball:
His early movies included "King of Kings" (1961), "The Cincinnati Kid" (1965) and the war films "Pork Chop Hill" (1959) and "Beach Red" (1967).
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