The I.I.I. Creates Its Own Academy Awards: The Top Insurance Films


12 Feb 2008 [21:32h]     Bookmark and Share


The I.I.I. Creates Its Own Academy Awards: The Top Insurance Films

The I.I.I. Creates Its Own Academy Awards: The Top Insurance Films


An avaricious oil man. A drug deal gone bad. Teen age pregnancy. Ethically challenged attorneys. A tragedy of misunderstandings. All worthy subjects for the best picture at this year’s Academy Awards. But not one about insurance?

The films selected below by the Insurance Information Institute all feature the subject of insurance in a starring role. A number of these movies have even won or been nominated for an actual Academy Award or two and featured Hollywood legends such as Edward G. Robinson, Cary Grant and Faye Dunaway.

Some classic films featuring insurance include:

  • Double Indemnity (1944)
  • Memento (2000)
  • The Fortune Cookie (1966)
  • The Killers (1946)
  • Save the Tiger (1973)
  • The Thomas Crown Affair (1968, 1999)
  • To Catch a Thief (1955)
  • Along Came Polly (2004)

For the full list, including cast, description and quotes, go to Top Insurance Films. After you’ve reviewed this star studded list, we encourage you to take advantage of the other information on the site that will make you a star when it comes to shopping for auto, home, life, health and business insurance. We even answer your commonly asked questions about insurance, provide tips on how to save you money and videos that allow you to test your insurance knowledge!

For more information about insurance, go to the I.I.I. Web site.

The I.I.I. is a nonprofit, communications organization supported by the insurance industry.


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INSURANCE INFORMATION INSTITUTE
Contact: Press Offices
New York: 212-346-5500; media@iii.org
Washington, D.C.: 202-833-1580







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