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Tin Men(1987)

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  • A Wonderfully Quirky Comic Gem

    • Cheryl
    • 2/3/14

    I saw this film when it first came out, and have watched it several times since - - it never fails to make me laugh out loud. Tin Men is a wonderfully quirky and wonderfully acted and directed film that tells the story of the fast-talking aluminum siding salesmen who plied their trade in suburban Baltimore, Maryland circa 1962. My husband, a Baltimore native, can attest to the fact that such characters came calling in his neighborhood when he was a kid, seducing (metaphorically) many a homemaker with visions of beautifully transformed residences worthy of the front page of Life magazine. The tin men portrayed in Levinson's film have egos as big as their fllashy new Cadillacs, and when the two rival salesmen played to perfection by Danny De Vito and Richard Dreyfuss clash, the saga that unwinds is both ridiculous and sublime. Barbara Hershey is terrific as the woman they both love (almost as much as their Cadillacs) . You should definitely take this one out for a spin!

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