Robbery

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.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director(s): Peter Yates
Production: AVCO Embassy Pictures
  1 win.
 
IMDB:
6.9
Year:
1967
110 min
17 Views

Any moment now.

- He could be late?

- But he isn't.

Held up at the lights.

He's going to turn left into

Cannon Street.

[VOICE OVER WALKIE-TALKlE]

"They're moving away."

Crossing Holburn Viaduct.

Not too close, Frank.

Jack will tell us when.

Stand back there, now.

Stand back, please.

We'll have to break the window.

- Can I help?

- Leave it to us.

Looks like them.

Charlie Delta Two.

- Urgent message.

- Let's go!

Your all-car message regarding

stolen ambulance.

Suspect ambulance...

...being abandoned by three men

in Arbridge Avenue.

They're going along Delamere Terrace.

[POLICE RADIO]

"Jaguar's index number..."

[POLICE RADIO] "Bravo-Yankee-Romeo-

Five-Zero-Two-Bravo."

[POLICE RADIO]

"He's turning left into Queensdale Road."

[POLICE RADIO]

"Over."

Charlie Delta Two - you are

now car-to-car.

All cars Number One District

switch to channel five.

Charlie Delta Two is...

...pursuing suspect car concerned...

...in that all car-message,

One-One-Two-Six...

...along Queensdale Road.

They just turned right down the

bottom of Evans Grove.

We're turning left.

We-We're going round.

We're fifty yards behind.

All cars Foxtrot Delta.

Charlie Delta Two is pursuing

suspect car...

...towards Kilburn, against the traffic.

Any car in the vicinity?

Head them off towards

Lancaster Gate.

Silver-grey Jaguar.

Registration number...

- Bravo-Yankee-Roger-Five...

- Hello MP? Hello MP?

- ...Zero-Two-Bravo.

- Delta One Marble Arch.

[POLICE RADIO]

"Heading towards Lancaster Gate."

[POLICE RADIO]

"Delta One over."

[POLICE RADIO]

"Oscar Two Three Two."

[POLICE RADIO]

"Oscar Two Four One."

[POLICE RADIO]

"Are you receiving?"

- "Oscar Two Three Two receiving."

- "Oscar Two Three Two, Oscar Two..."

[POLICE RADIO]

"...Four One, join pursuit of Jaguar."

[POLICE RADIO]

"Bravo-Yankee-Romeo-Five-Oh-Two-Bravo."

[POLICE RADIO] "Now being pursued by

Charlie Delta Two along Abercorn Place."

[SCREECHING TYRES]

Turning right here.

He's trying to lose us on

these corners.

Turn left.

Now - right.

Bloody copper!

Keep going.

KEEP GOING!

He's really throwing his car round...

...these corners, now.

He's going absolutely mad, now!

We're right up behind him.

Frank?

Round the corner.

As soon as we've cleared

the tunnel - jump!

Right.

Freddy. You, as well - as soon as

l give you the word.

Jump as we round the

corner. NOW!

Now - hard right!

We didn't make the corner.

We're after him again!

Good boy.

Move it, move it!

All right.

[CHlLDREN TALKING]

Over you go.

[TEACHER SHOUTING]

Children - wait for it to stop!

[SHOUTING AND SCREAMlNG]

Stay where you are!!!

We're gonna hit them!

We're gonna hit them!

NO!!!

Charlie Delta Two, what is

your position?

Charlie Delta Two,

do you read me?

- Is there anybody hurt?

- We're all right.

Did you see the driver?

Sshhh.

Contact lost with suspect.

Unable to continue pursuit.

We've crashed outside

the Quentin Pope...

...Junior School.

Would you recognise that driver?

What?

[CRYlNG CHlLDREN]

Would you recognise the driver?

Yes, of course I'd recognise

the bastard!

- Bye, Kate. l'll see you this evening.

- What time?

- Oh, I shouldn't be late.

- All right.

lf anything crops up I'll phone you.

All right.

Bye bye.

- I'll be right with you.

- You'll never be right with me, Jack!

Hello, George.

What can I do for you?

l'd like a little chat about a car.

Oh?

Talk about cars all day,

if you like?

A silver Jag?

- Thinking of buying it?

- No.

No, I, er...

...I was just wondering who

was driving it.

Ah. Someone pulled a job, eh?

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