Based on the play by Joe Orton, this film follows the adventures of two pals who have pulled off a bank robbery and have to hide the loot. Fortunately one of them works in a funeral parlor and they have a coffin to spare. Then there's the gold-digger nurse and the gonad-grabber detective and a host of other wonderful characters. Written by
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Did You Know?
The Broadway production of "Loot" written by Joe Orton
opened at the Biltmore Theater in New York on March 18, 1968 and ran for 22 performances. See more
When the hearse that Dennis is driving goes out of control because its brakes have failed, and the other vehicles in the funeral procession accelerate to keep up, they lurch round several corners. Skid marks from previous takes are visible on each corner. See more
[cautioning Mr McLeavy
I must warn you, sir, that anything you say may be taken down, twisted round, altered and used in evidence against you.
References The Public Enemy
We Nearly Were Lovers
Written by Keith Mansfield
Performed by The Keith Mansfield Orchestra See more