With the help of his friends, an average schmuck tries pull off the near-impossible task of cheating on his girlfriend without her finding out.
Sleuth Cheng, host of a popular variety show, was found wounded and trapped in a tetrapod at the shore, while a video of him kissing the mayor’s wife went viral and caused media frenzy. As Cheng’s girlfriend angrily confronts him, he reveals details that may turn a secret love affair into a political mega storm.
A venal, spoiled stockbroker's wife impulsively embezzles $10,000 from the charity she chairs and desperately turns to a Burmese ivory trader to replace the stolen money.
Rakesh Singh runs a business that allows education scams to flourish in the country. He enrolls bright students into his plan, makes them write proxy exams for students who are unable to score or pass, and then, helps them procure a fake degree.
Dr. Bonner plans to live forever through periodic gland transplants from younger, healthier human victims. Bonner looks about 40; he's really 104 years old. But people are starting to get suspicious, and he may not make 200.
After a woman helps prove her brother-in-law is cheating, she begins to work as a private investigator, but when she starts to suspect her husband is having an affair, she has to decide if she should follow her instincts or chalk it up to paranoia.
Hong Kong comedy directed by Li Han-Hsiang.
The daughter of a wealthy industrialist wants to take over the company when her father retires, but the father--an old-fashioned sort who doesn't believe that "girls" belong in business--is planning on leaving the company to her wastrel playboy brother. In order to prove to her dad that she can handle the job, she disguises herself as an ordinary "working girl" and gets a job in her dad's plant. There she meets and falls in love with a clerk. She brings the young man home to meet her folks, but during the evening the family safe is robbed, and all signs point to her new boyfriend.
The son of a hangman gets involved in a gunfight with the men who killed his father. When one of these men is killed, the son is arrested and tried by the territorial hanging judge. The young man's fate is now in the hands of another hangman.
Posing as a wealthy Parisian, Mercadet fleeces friends and casual acquaintances alike. He is forced into this life of crime to keep up appearances, so that his daughter Julie can land herself a rich husband.
The beautiful Lauren gets married with an older man. She is unexpectedly confronted with her ex, an escaped criminal.
The life of a weak-willed man is thrust into a downward spiral by the scheming of his manipulative girlfriend and her mother.
The title character, played by Bonita Granville, is the secretary at a boys' reformatory. Sociology professor Noah Beery Jr. shows up to study the juvenile-delinquent mindset. Not surprisingly, he ends up taking a post-grad course in amour from the winsome Ms. Granville.
A school is trying to sabotage a student group's efforts to put on a musical dance number, citing their atrocious grades. The group's leaders must lead everyone to the promised land of academic competency via some innovative cheating methods.
Fields plays "Larsen E. Whipsnade", the owner of a shady carnival that is constantly on the run from the law. Whipsnade is struggling to keep a step ahead of foreclosure, and clearly not paying his performers, including Bergen and McCarthy, who try to coax money out of him, or in McCarthy's case, steal some outright.
After losing money she embezzled, a socialite borrows cash from a foreign "prince" who expects sexual favors in return.
Short Film by Diem Tran at Ringling College of Art & Design.
Richard Turner performs his "The Cheat" routine at The Magic Castle.
Socially prominent Michael Ashburn, chief assistant for a London loan broker makes a large loan at closing time to a man for a pair of earrings. He is unaware that the collateral can not be removed from the ears in which they reside, so the beautiful Julie becomes part of the collateral.
Love, lust, possession, money, social standing, and addiction. Elsa Carlyle is impulsive and a gambler; though loved by her husband Jeff, she's spoiled and selfish, concerned with social standing. Meanwhile, Jeff wants to keep a lid on spending while he completes business deals that could make them rich. One night, on a hunch, she bets and loses big at a casino, then she doubles her problems with more impulsive decisions. Hardy Livingston, a wealthy Casanova just back from the Orient, makes a play for her. Elsa dallies with Hardy, but soon, his insistence and her dire financial affairs seem destined to lead to adultery. Who's the cheat?