The Sting II is a 1983 film sequel to The Sting. Directed by Jeremy Kagan and written by David S. Ward (also author of the original movie), it stars Jackie Gleason, Mac Davis, Teri Garr, Karl Malden and Oliver Reed. The film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Musical Score, which was composed by Lalo Schifrin.
In their featured review, The New York Times stated that "The Sting II is better than might have been anticipated." The review went on to say that "Teri Garr lights up the film as a kind of small-time Mata Hari, and Karl Malden amusingly plays a swell named Macalinski."