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The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery (1966)

The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery (1966)





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The last of the series, this British comedy finds the girls of St. Trinian's boarding school fighting off a group of criminals who are determined to reclaim the $7 million they hid at the school years earlier. This film is based on the popular cartoon by Ronald Searle.


Frankie Howerd
as Alphonse of Monte Carlo / Alfred Askett
Dora Bryan
as Amber Spottiswood
Stratford Johns
as The Voice
Barbara Couper
as Mabel Radnage
Raymond Huntley
as Sir Horace, the Minister
Reg Varney
as Gilbert
Desmond Walter-Ellis
as Leonard Edwards
Eric Barker
as Culpepper Brown
George Benson
as Gore Blackwood
Godfrey Winn
as Truelove
Margaret Nolan
as Susie Naphill
Elspeth Duxbury
as Veronica Bledlow
Maggie McGrath
as Magsa O'Riley
Carole Ann Ford
as Albertine
Jean St. Clair
as Drunken Dolly
George Cole
as Flash Harry
Maureen Crombie
as Marcia Askett
Leon Thau
as Pakistani Porter
Lisa Lee
as Miss Brenner
Victor Kendall
as Mr. Parker
Edwina Coven
as Dr. Judd
William Kendall
as Mr. Parker
Terry Scott
as Policeman
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Everything about The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery is methodical. The plan is laid out, you're in on the whole thing. It's as if you're the invisible fifth man on this robbery. The storyline is very simple and easy to follow because it's basically dictated to you. What draws back on this film is the love interest between Steve McQueen and his counterpart's sister. It's put there delibrately to give us the counterpoint to McQueen's intentions. "Don't do it, don't do it, let me help you please!" Err! It's a movie about a damn bank robbery for Christ's sake! Stick with that and draw out the holdup a little longer and never mind that it's based on true events, this is Hollywood, exaggerate a little!! Wow, I sound like one of them high powered execs rite there. Good movie tho, check it out.

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