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||IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 from 536 votes
||Release: 2 February 1968 (France) /
||Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
||Director: Peter Yates,
||Stars: Barry Foster, Barry Stanton, Clinton Greyn, Frank Finlay, George Sewell, Glynn Edwards, James Booth, Joanna Pettet, Kenneth Farrington, Martin Wyldeck, Michael McStay, Patrick Jordon, Rachel Herbert, Stanley Baker, William Marlowe
||Synopsis: A dramatization of the Great Train Robbery. While not a 'how to', it is very detail dependent, showing the care and planning that took place to pull it off. Written by John Vogel <email@example.com>
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Robbery is for me a semi-documentary / thriller based on the Great
Train Robbery of 1963. The location of the actual heist, on a bridge
crossing a country lane bears similarity to the real robbery. The film
moves around much of 60s London in the first part, during which time
the gang are robbing to gain funds, plus planning the main robbery.
The gangs' meeting on the terraces during a Leyton Orient match is well
screened; Stanley Baker becomes so heated during their discussion he
misses a great run and shot against the crossbar shown from the pitch!
As for the central characters, Stanley Baker superbly plays "Mr Big"
Paul Clifton, who is a character that the viewer never quite gets to
know the limits. For example he tells the gang "we don't need guns, the
police don't carry them"; later his wife finds his revolver at home,
when quizzed he says "the gun is because I not going back inside
William Marlowe cleverly plays Clifton's "number 2" Dave Aitken, who is
clearly "nice cop" versus Clifton's "bad cop" in terms of running the
As with the real train robbery, the gang make a successful robbery;
however mistakes made during hideway contribute to their eventual
capture. Not least when their contact who "cleans up" the getaway
vehicles is apprehended at an airport leaving the UK with about £50K
stuffed up his coat - his capture enables the police to set up a
successful trap for the rest of the gang.
The ending of the film is probably a slight movement forward from many
1950s movies where the gang are all caught - the ending to Robbery
slightly leaves the viewer guessing. This is a film for enthusiasts of
films of past years, who may like to spot London landmarks.
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, Barry Stanton
, Clinton Greyn
, Frank Finlay
, George Sewell
, Glynn Edwards
, James Booth
, Joanna Pettet
, Kenneth Farrington
, Martin Wyldeck
, Michael McStay
, Patrick Jordon
, Rachel Herbert
, Stanley Baker
, William Marlowe
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