The Flying Scot (November 1, 1957)

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The Flying Scot
 

Released on November 1, 1957: Small time con men devise the perfect train robbery that absolutely cannot fail.

Produced by Compton Bennett

Directed by Compton Bennett

The Actors: Lee Patterson (Ronnie), Kay Callard (Jackie), Alan Gifford (Phil), Margaret Withers (middle aged lady nurse), Mark Baker (Gibbs), Jeremy Bodkin (young boy Charlie), Gerald Case (guard), Margaret Gordon (drunk's wife), John Lee (young man), Kerry Jordan (alcoholic man), John Dearth (father), Geoffrey Bodkin (neat boy), Patsy Smart (mother)

 

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The Great Train Robbery

The Flying Scot is an overnight train to London that carries a fortune in worn out money to be destroyed, and as our adventure opens we watch a young man and woman taking the coach next to the mail room. After they pull the shades they put up signs indicating that they have just been married and do not want to be disturbed. In the quiet of their cabin as the train rumbles down the track they silently remove the upholstery from the seat and break through to the mail cabin and grab large bags full of money. As the train passes a bridge they toss the bags of cash out of the train window and a man in the shadows below the bridge grabs the bags and hustles off into the night. Back in the train the man and woman put the bench seat back together so that there is no sign of the breaking and theft. At the next stop the man and woman get off the train, head for the airport and we see them merrily dancing the Rhumba in a South American resort. They have just committed the perfect crime. They have stolen bags of old, worn out cash in small denominations without any trace of the serial numbers or other methods of tracking it. Not only that, but they are spending the cash half a world away from the crime and the coppers searching for them . . . . Then we fade to a new scene . . . The young man is telling his two partners that the plan will work just as he has described it to them, and riches will soon be theirs. The scene we watched as the story opened was just a visualization of the man's plan of action . . . The real crime has yet to be pulled off. One of the man's partners points out a couple of things that must be changed in the plan to make it more perfect, and soon they are off to commit the biggest train robbery ever . . . . Every detail has been mapped out and considered . . . . The man has made the journey eight times while planning it, and knows the train and the route by heart . . . . The perfect crime is about to happen before our very eyes. . . . What could go wrong? . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Alan Gifford and Kay Callard
Alan Gifford and Kay Callard
Alan Gifford, Lee Patterson and Mark Baker
Alan Gifford, Lee Patterson and Mark Baker
Alan Gifford and Margaret Withers
Alan Gifford and Margaret Withers
Alan Gifford
Alan Gifford
Jeremy Bodkin
Jeremy Bodkin
Johnny Lee and Jeremy Bodkin
Johnny Lee and Jeremy Bodkin
Kay Callard and Alan Gifford
Kay Callard and Alan Gifford
Kay Callard, Lee Patterson and Gerald Case
Kay Callard, Lee Patterson and Gerald Case
Kay Callard and Lee Patterson
Kay Callard and Lee Patterson
Kay Callard and Lee Patterson
Kay Callard and Lee Patterson
Kay Callard looks through the wall
Kay Callard looks through the wall
Kay Callard
Kay Callard
Larry Jordan
Larry Jordan
Lee Patterson, Kay Callard and Alan Gifford
Lee Patterson, Kay Callard and Alan Gifford
Lee Patterson kisses Kay Callard
Lee Patterson kisses Kay Callard
Patsy Smart, Jeremy Bodkin and John Dearth
Patsy Smart, Jeremy Bodkin and John Dearth
Patsy Smart and John Dearth
Patsy Smart and John Dearth
Patsy Smart
Patsy Smart