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The Bank Raiders (1958)

Terry, a small-time hoodlum, is the driver in a successful bank robbery. He gets his share of the loot and is told to lie low. Instead, he goes on the town with Della, a gorgeous, but ... See full summary »


Maxwell Munden


Brandon Fleming (screenplay and original story)




Cast overview:
Peter Reynolds ... Terry Milligan
Sandra Dorne ... Della Byrne
Sydney Tafler Sydney Tafler ... Bernie Shelton
Lloyd Lamble ... Det. Insp. Mason
Rose Hill Rose Hill ... Mrs. Marling
Arthur Mullard ... Linders
Tim Ellison Tim Ellison ... Jack Conner
Ann King Ann King ... Ann Seaton
Robert Bruce ... Det. Sgt. Bates
Jeanne Kent Jeanne Kent ... Mrs. Conner
Roberta Woolley Roberta Woolley ... Sonia Conner


Terry, a small-time hoodlum, is the driver in a successful bank robbery. He gets his share of the loot and is told to lie low. Instead, he goes on the town with Della, a gorgeous, but greedy, party girl. Terry is questioned and released by police. Bernie Shelton, the gang boss, kidnaps the only witness. Then he sends his goon (Linders) to kill Terry, but Linders gets shot instead. With police after him, Terry seeks shelter in Della's apartment. When Della learns that Shelton, a man who spurned her, was behind the raid, she promises to run away with Terry, if he'll confront boss at gun-point to get the rest of the loot. Written by Mike Rogers <MICHAELPEM@aol.com>

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Release Date:

October 1958 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Mrs. Marling: Ah! Mr. Milligan!
Terry Milligan: Mrs. Marling!
Mrs. Marling: Come in. I want a word with you.
Terry Milligan: Do you now?
Mrs. Marling: Mr. Milligan, I must ask you to be out of here by the end of the week.
Terry Milligan: Ah. Well, Mrs. Marling, I can't say that I'm sorry. Our relationship has not been exactly happy, has it? And this house...
Mrs. Marling: Well, what about it?
Terry Milligan: All I can see, is that the Council would have to rebuild it before they could condemn it.
Mrs. Marling: I beg your pardon!
Terry Milligan: I wouldn't mind if it were clean. I washed the windows this morning - and guess what? Glass! I ...
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Music by John Cacavas
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A good film of its type.....
23 May 2007 | by spottedowlSee all my reviews

A typical 'Cops and Robbers' of the era in true British style. A third rate con man lands himself the job of a get-away driver for a bank heist that has complications. He is seen by a bank employee who is able to identify him, though refuses to do so as the gang has kidnapped the employee's girl and threatens revenge should he reveal the criminal's identity.

Things start to unravel as the criminal splashes his share of the robbery on booze and his off-handed lover. The police are soon on the trail but are thwarted by lack of evidence and the refusal of the bank employee to assist them. As in any decent movie of the genre, the thieves fall out and the whole robbery falls apart.

The movie, though short, moves at a good pace and holds the viewer's attention at all times. The acting ranges from good to mediocre, but that doesn't detract from the story in any way. Overall it is well worth catching and won't leave you disappointed with the hour spent watching it.

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