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Sophie's Place (1969)

Crooks and Coronets (original title)
Two crooks are hired to rob an eccentric old lady's estate, but once they get to know her, they can't bring themselves to do it.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Herbie Haseler
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Lady Sophie Fitzmore
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Marty Miller
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Nick Marco
Harry H. Corbett ...
Frank Finley
Nicky Henson ...
Lord Freddie Fitzmore
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Mabel
Vickery Turner ...
Annie
Arthur Mullard ...
Perce
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Cyril
Thorley Walters ...
Hubbard
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Tim Reilly
Leslie Dwyer ...
Henry
Will Leighton ...
Bowers
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Recently paroled convicts Herbie Haseler and Marty Miller realizing they're broke decide to go to New York and work for their old boss Nick Marco.But Nick is tired of these two idiots who bungled the last caper they were hired to do. Therefore, Nick is reluctant to re-hire Herbie and Marty.Besides, the duo still owes ten thousand dollars to Nick for bankrolling the armored car heist that went wrong, sending Herbie and Marty to prison. However, Herbie has been in charge of the prison library and has studied a lot. He convinces his boss to finance one more caper, this time in England, where many rich lords live in opulent mansions. These English mansions house many treasures, including fine art, priceless paintings worth millions, antiquities and more. Although skeptical, New York mob boss Nick Marco reluctantly agrees to send Herbie and Marty to England. For this purpose, he bankrolls the operation and also gets in touch with his mob contacts in the UK. The contact is Frank Finley, the... Written by nufs68

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The caper could get $5,000,000. All these American hoods had to do was knock off the nice old lady in World War I flying garb, the eccentric gentleman with the crossbow and the man-eating lion.

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Comedy | Crime

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3 October 1969 (Ireland)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.66 : 1
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Goofs

After the row of cars back up to let Corbett in the front car the cars collide but when they move on the are clearly apart. See more »

Soundtracks

Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
(uncredited)
Music by Franz Liszt
Arranged by John Scott
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Fun
24 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

Even though it's a bit dated, this tale of crooks with hearts of gold is still fun to sit through. The highlight of the film is probably Dame Edith Evans as Lady Sophie, the madcap, gambling, barnstorming old aristocrat. British viewers might not enjoy the implication that what Europe really needs is American know-how to make things profitable. ;)


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