Greed, unadulterated and unscrupulous, is the modus vivendi
of the aptly nicknamed Lawrence "Larry the Liquidator" Garfield in OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY, Norman Jewison's film version of the hit off-Broadway play.
Larry the Liquidator (Danny DeVito) is a Wall Street shark who feeds voraciously on doughnuts and takeovers. He has determined, abetted by his trusty computer, to "swallow," i.e. buy out and shut down, the small but stable and heretofore profitable New England Wire and Cable Company which is
owned and run by the benign Andrew Jorgenson (Gregory Peck), affectionately called "Jorgy" by his cronies and employees. Always clad in a cardigan, a symbol of ...