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The Bank Job, Movie, 2008 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Neon, coopey

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Also known as:

  • El gran golpe (Argentina)
  • Braquage Ó l'anglaise (France)
  • A banki melˇ (Hungary)
  • La rapina perfetta (Italy)
  • Angielska robota (Poland)

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carobserver MX

2008-04-17 06:47


In what year is set this movie? please

dudley UK

2008-04-17 11:55



marioman3138 AU

2008-08-24 01:45


I'm going to see this movie today, it looks very good.

takumi FR

2009-07-15 21:42


En france ce film s'apelle Braquage Ó l'Anglaise

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-07-15 21:45


That's an allusion to "Braquage Ó l'italienne", the French name for the Italian Job remake.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-10-20 14:10


Filmed in the UK and Australia.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-11-16 11:10


The bank and the shops next to it were a backlot set built at Pinewood Studios. The upper floors were added with digital matte paintings, and some of the cars are computer graphics too.

Link to "www.pinewoodgroup.com"

The set has now been rebuilt as a New York street and used for several other productions:
Link to "www.pinewoodgroup.com"

Neon IT

2010-05-31 01:35


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I have moved some cars to the comments because are too fuzzy and blurred:

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1957 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller; MG B GT; 1966 Aston Martin DB6; 1965 Triumph TR4A; 1959 Daimler SP 250; 1957 Jaguar XK 150 Drophead CoupÚ

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240 gardner EN

2012-12-09 21:19


I've seen a comment on a forum elsewhere, about a Mk.2 Atkinson seen during the last 10 minute sfor the film. I wonder if anyone has any shots of it, please?

65ranchero EN

2014-01-22 19:16


I spent 14 hours on the set of this film at Pinewood with my gold mk2 jaguar, you can just make it out as a reflection in the cafe window about .5 seconds long.--- Gutted!!! but it was an interesting day.

jpts AU

2015-11-25 12:42


dudley wrote 1971

The film is about the Baker Street Bank Robbery that occurred at the Lloyds Bank on the intersection of Baker Street and Marylebone Road in the West End of London on the night of the 11th September 1971.

In the robbery, over 260 safety deposit boxes were plundered netting over ú3 million (ú33.1 million in today's value).

Also at the scene of the robbery was a cheeky message written by one of the robbers on a wall of the vault, it read; "Let's see how Sherlock Holmes solves this one".

It is also based on other events that occurred in London during the 1970s, these were:

Slave Collar Affair- The assault of Marvin Brown committed by Michael X and his henchmen at the Black House commune in North London on the 23rd June 1970.

The Lord Lambton Scandal- The resignation of Conservative MP Lord Antony Lambton following a photo of him with Norma Levy; a local prostitute in bed together secretly taken by Ms. Levy's husband was published in the Sunday tabloid paper; The News of the World in 1973.

Metropolitan Police Corruption- Scotland Yard's Investigations into the various Metropolitan Police branches for corruption from 1976 to 1977.

In 1978, a informant (known as supergrass) with ties to both corrupt officers and members of the criminal underworld of London, had came forward that members of the Metropolitan Police branches including some from the Metropolitan Police Flying Squad Branch had being receiving bribes in return for information of when their straight colleagues would raid

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DidierF FR

2015-11-25 14:17


Well, at least there is almost nothing anachronistic, car-wise, in this movie, it seems.

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