During a bank robbery, the manager and a cashier are locked in the strongroom while the crooks escape. Later when the gang realise that their plan to release the pair has gone wrong, they ... See full summary »
Ronnie, earning very little from his own exploits, gathers together a band of villains to carry out a robbery on 'The Flying Scotsman' passenger train. The train is carrying withdrawn bank notes from Scotland to London to be destroyed.
A Playboy tries to recruit a gang, who include an American who needs cash to satisfy his wife's expensive tastes, and an old time expert cracksman, to rob a foreign embassy's safe, but ... See full summary »
When the wife of a blind composer discovers that her husband will cut her out of his estate, if he discovers that she is having an affair with a young artist, she and her lover plan to commit the perfect murder.
Let's put it this way you will have seen this film and variants many times.It is however effectively handled by Lance Comfort.Jacko manages to escape from a train,kill the guard and ramshackle himself without too much difficulty.He then manages to get to a hotel near Newton Abbott's where his gang seem to comprise the staff whilst indulging in a lifeline of stealing whiskey.One of the guests is a failed writer,whose wife wants to divorce him.Robert Urquhart plays a seedy private eye trying to get evidence for the wife's divorce.He gets too nosey and is killed by Jacko,who rather losses control and kills a gang member.Eventually Jacko gets his just deserts.
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