'John McVicar' was a London Bad Boy. He graduated to armed bank robbery and was Britain's "Public Enemy No. 1". He was captured and put into a high security prison. Will even the highest security prison be able to hold him? This is the true story of his life, his criminal exploits and his eventual rehabilitation. Written by
Steve Crook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sentenced to 23 years-and he won't accept one day of it
Did You Know?
Both of the movie's top-billed cast were associated with contemporary music. Top first-billed Roger Daltrey
was a rock singer from the band The Who
whilst second-billed Adam Faith
(Terence "Terry" Nelhams-Wright) was a 1960s era pop star. See more
At the end of the film it says that McVicar was arrested in 1970, this means that the action before is before his arrest,(obviously), but throughout the film in the street scenes there are cars from from a later date, most notable in a scene were the e-type jag turns right it is behind what appears to be a mark IV cortina,(late seventies model) See more
Make sure you're not involved, woncha? Cos I'll put a tool right in your belly!
Quote by John McVicar
in the closing credits: "Being a thief is a terrific life. But the trouble is they put you in jail for it." See more
Referenced in Alan Meets Roger Daltrey
Without Your Love
Written by Billy Nicholls
Performed by Roger Daltrey See more