Four thugs knock over a race track for $2 million, but only two of them escape. One of the one left behind is killed and the other captured. The gang tries elaborate methods to try to spring the surviving accomplice when he goes to trial.

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Four thugs knock over a race track for $2 million, but only two of them escape. One of the one left behind is killed and the other captured. The gang tries elaborate methods to try to spring the surviving accomplice when he goes to trial.

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1 November 1975 (USA)  »

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Exciting

I really like this TV show from the seventies. All of the épisodes are pretty interesting. Especially the evil guys, of course. This tale is a heist one, as I love, with a bunch of criminals pulling an armed robbery in a race track, in the KILLING or SPLIT manner. The topic has already been told above, so I won't repeat it. The robbers are four, and right after they Grabbed the dol, only two run away with the loot, and two remain in the money counting room. Why the hell?

OK, this explains the following of the story. SWAT team arrives and so on...But why did the two robbers stay in the counting room in the first place? That's the only drawback, only hole, in this tale.

I like the Robert Webber's performance, as the bad guy, as always with him.

Directed by Don Weis, the guy who gave us ADVENTURES OF HADJI for the big screen.


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