Comedian Freddie Prinze plays an ex-con who happens to be an electronic genius. Along with four young women, he sets out to rob the Chicago Transit Authority payroll.
Comedian Freddie Prinze appeared in his only TV movie (in fact, his only movie of any kind) when he starred in THE MILLION DOLLAR RIP-OFF. Prinze plays an ex-convict who happens to be an electronics genius. He woos four toothsome young ladies and convinces them to participate in robbing the payroll of the Chicago Transit Authority. The girls have a little conference among themselves, decide they're all being taken by Freddie, and vow to bollix up the job. MILLION DOLLAR RIP-OFF was written by character actors William Devane and John Pleshette, both of whom may have harbored hopes of starring in the project themselves.
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