On a dark night of pelting rain, five men stage a well-planned train robbery and get away with a $10 millionr, nine-ton gold shipment. Dividing the massive haul into three concealed truck loads, the team make a would-be inconspicuous escape across country to what they hope will be a perfect getaway.
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Crime of the century!
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Final film of Wayne Morris (I). NOTE: He appeared in Buffalo Gun (1961), which was released in 1961, but it was shot in 1957, before this film. See more
When the Cadillac is heading on the freeway to the final destination, the six passports of all involved, are pulled out, but the three characters in the car know that the other three are either dead or caught. Why would they be carrying those extra three unnecessary passports at this point? Since they have just stated that the clothing worn before - including the work gear from the foundry have been burned, it would be assumed that those unneeded passports be burned also as they would be useless at this point, and connect them to the others. They state that they will ditch the passports later upon destination. Coming to a traffic jam, they are stuck with the passports, but no mention is made of this if police do a search of cars and trucks: the two men captured at the weigh-in stop could have snitched on the others identities, and they would not be able to toss the passports in heavy daylight traffic. See more
You know Eddie... maybe we shouldn't head for LA. Maybe we should head straight for the border.
You want to be scared Frankie go ahead. But don't be stupid... An idea couldn't get pass the border right now.
Referenced in The Killing Floor