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They Came to Rob Las Vegas (1968)

Las Vegas, 500 millones (original title)
A casino blackjack dealer plots with his girlfriend and a group of criminals to hijack and rob an armored car carrying a $7 million in cash while it's in route between Las Vegas and Los Angeles.


Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi (as Antonio Isasi)


Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi (screenplay) (as A. Isasi), Lluís Josep Comerón (screenplay) (as L. Comeron) | 4 more credits »

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Cast overview:
Gary Lockwood ... Tony Ferris
Elke Sommer ... Ann Bennett
Lee J. Cobb ... Steve Skorsky
Jack Palance ... Douglas
Georges Géret ... Leroy (as George Geret)
Gustavo Re ... Salvatore
Daniel Martín ... Merino
Maurizio Arena ... Clark
Armand Mestral
Fabrizio Capucci Fabrizio Capucci ... Cooper
Enrique Ávila ... Baxter (as Enrique Avila)
Gérard Tichy ... Sheriff Klinger (as Gerard Tichy)
Jean Servais ... Gino
Roger Hanin ... The Boss


A Las Vegas casino blackjack dealer plots a complex plan to rob an armored car with $7 million in casino cash while it's en route to Los Angeles. He gets help from criminal associates of his late brother, who was killed in an unsuccessful robbery attempt, as well as his beautiful girlfriend, who is the personal secretary to the corrupt owner of the casino. However, an ambitions investigator for the U.S. Treasury Department is also tracking the armored car, suspecting that it's being used to launder unreported profits for organized crime. Written by anonymous

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America's fun-loving and free-wheeling pleasure capital and the men who came to strip it raw! See more »


Crime | Drama


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Spain | Italy | France | West Germany | USA



Release Date:

January 1969 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Our Man in Las Vegas See more »

Filming Locations:

San Francisco, California, USA See more »

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Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Georges Géret was dubbed by an English actor. See more »


Ann Bennett: You'll get me into trouble, Tony.
Tony Ferris: Our kind of trouble's nice trouble.
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Last Trip Of The Truck
Written and Performed by Georges Garvarentz Et Son Orchestre
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Where In the Hell Did THESE Guys Get a Helicopter?
4 May 2012 | by snowcop18See all my reviews

This gets a 4 for some great set decor and Vegas-in-the-60's pastiche. It's filled with cliché Euro-perceptions about American culture and organized crime, suffers from ponderous dramatics, over-posed (and under- talented) character actors, and underdeveloped leads with phantom motivation. Somehow I get the feeling the director dropped a couple of pallets of footage on some half-suspecting, chain-smoking Spanish editor, then got too tied up making a film centered on his new fascination with forklifts to be available to sort out the mess.

It's the same thing that happens when a European chef tries to make chili or barbecue sauce. It tastes strangely like beef Bourgignon or Bolognese.

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