[ Login ]

Advertising

Last completed movie pages

La bugiarda; Toutes nos envies; L'amore breve; Puteshestvie v schastlivuyu Araviyu; Relentless IV: Ashes to Ashes; Johnny Dark; Triple 9; Torino centrale del vizio; Oggy et les cafards; Fu ji; A Job in a Million; N or NW; Tea Making Tips; Kill Command; Ekusute; (more...)

The Italian Job, Movie, 1969 IMDB

Pictures provided by: antp, Nikodemus, Jaqob P., G-MANN, vilero

Display options:

Also known as:

  • Um Golpe à Italiana (Brazil)
  • Charlie staubt Millionen ab (Germany)
  • Maxi-job i mini-biler (Denmark)
  • Un trabajo en Italia (Spain)
  • Riehakas ryöstö (Finland)
  • L'or se barre (France)
  • Az olasz meló (Hungary)
  • Un colpo all'italiana (Italy)
  • Den ville biljakten (Norway)
  • Wloska robota (Poland)
  • Um Golpe em Itália (Portugal)
  • Den vilda biljakten (Sweden)
  • Faena a la Italiana (Uruguay)

Comments about this movie

See all comments about this movie and its vehicles

AuthorMessage

sixcyl FR

2005-10-02 22:40

Quote

Je n' ai jamais vu ce film, mais il est rare de voir de si belles et chères autos traitées de la sorte dans un film!...

antp BE

2005-10-02 23:13

Quote

Oui c'est assez impressionnant. D'un autre côté ce sont des autos d'époque. Dans un film moderne on fait souvent pareil avec les autos de luxe contemporaines (enfn, c'est plutôt dans les courses-poursuites qu'elles sont détruites, mais le résultat est le même).

-- Last edit: 2005-10-02 23:14:32

sixcyl FR

2005-10-06 20:15

Quote

tu penses à James Bond par ex??...en réalité tout dépend du budget du film!...

antp BE

2005-10-06 20:29

Quote

Par exemple, oui

Jaqob P. NL

2006-01-12 18:44

Quote

On the forum I suggested some other new car's

keef EN

2006-01-24 19:23

Quote

Innocenti A40 appears on the crossing as the "football supporter"
is distributing the camera-disrupters.

antp BE

2006-02-12 19:27

Quote

For those that want even more italian cars, here is a scene with few Fiat 500/600 and a scene with traffic jam + car park:
[Image: italianjob0101310gn.9409.jpg] [Image: italianjob0104416qv.7598.jpg]

LH

2006-02-12 22:11

Quote

brillunt movie

G-MANN UK

2006-06-12 13:28

Quote

This site has a lot of information about the movie (including all the registration plates for each car):

http://www.theitalianjob.com/index.htm

Red Grant US

2007-12-09 01:34

Quote

GREATEST MOVIE EVER!

Andypilot333 UK

2008-07-15 02:07

Quote

The "Chinese cargo plane" used to deliver the gold is in fact a rare Douglas C-74 Globemaster 1. Even I didn't know that until, frustrated by not being able to identify it after an umpteenth viewing, I deceided to trawl through everything I could find until I did! A single example was actually used on the Berlin Airlift.

ItalianJobMiniCooper UK

2008-07-16 19:18

Quote

Hi IMCD,

Just to let you know, the numberplates HMP729G, GPF146G and LGW809G were all sold at auction in 2006. They were originally taken off the Coopers back in 1969. They were then owned by a private collector until the early 1990's. They were then sold to another private collector who sold them at a classic cars auction in 2006. We successfully bid for these items and now legally own all three log's and retention certifcates.
We are presently rebuilding what has been described as 'the most authentic replica's ever built' for these iconic film Coopers. They are exact in every detail and have had huge input from people directly or indirectly associated with the film in 1969.
The first of our itlaian job build's has been GPF146G the white Cooper S in the film. This has been legally registered with the DVLA as GPF146G and is (as the other Coopers we are finishing) as close as you can get to the original's from the film. All three will have the original plates and can be legally driven with these iconic numbers.
They look fantastic and have won great praise from the motoring press, such as Mini Magazine etc. Many Mini companies have formed what we have called the 'Self Preservation Society' such as Mini Machine, Mini Sport, Newton Commercial, Mini Spares, Mini Magazine, Revolution Wheels, Minilite etc....

We are presently looking for a Harrington Coach to transport these iconic cars in correct manner, hopefully by 2012 it'll be on the road! - Charlie Crocker would be proud !!!!!!!

CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE BUILD BLOG AND STORE AT WWW.THEITALIANJOBMINICOOPERS.COM

THESE COOPERS ARE AVAILABLE FOR HIRE - WITH MONEY GOING TO VARIOUS CHARITIES.....THAT WAY EVERYONE BENEFITS...(and we get to enjoy driving these cool Coopers !!!), WE HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU IF YOU WISH TO HIRE THESE COOPERS.

Best Regards,
D.Morton

-- Last edit: 2008-07-16 20:19:20

lastinpurple ES

2008-07-29 01:01

Quote

Wow! I was looking at your website right now. I'm a huge fan of this film and I'm really interested in your restoration project. It's true that HMP729G registration number was used before on a Mazda MX-5? Could you describe more carefully the process of how did you bought this registration numbers? Were your Minis used in the original movie or are they just normal Cooper S?

-- Last edit: 2008-07-29 01:10:29 (G-MANN)

nomad64 US

2008-11-16 01:51

Quote

This maybe a little bit of info I have had for years so it possibly will be seriously out of date!
In 1982 I used to go to Esher College, on the way back to Hersham (home) via the bottom of Sandown race track, there used to be a little set up of garages, I used to pass I saw a Fella washing a Red mini Cooper 'S', Spinning back round in my Morris MC 998 I had to get a closer look. I approached the fella and got into conversation with him, he was in his 50's in 1982 so he's up there now. Anyway I digress, I said he had a beaut of a replica of the Red 1275 from the Ital-job all the way down to the 3 spotlights on the grill. I remember it soooo very well because he thanked me for the compliment and then with a huge grin opened 2 other garages to reveal the other two mini's Blue and white. Now I see no reason for him to BS me about the authenticity of the mini's and i didn't even entertain the fact that he could have been lying. He mentioned he had worked in the movie industry and was involved in the production of the Ital-job in some capacity. Anyway to stop my drivelling I now live in the USA I was 17 then and 43 now, so alot of water has passed under the bridge since then but I remember that meeting so clearly. Yes he could have been a bullshitter, I doubt it though why the need. As for me I can only go on what I saw and my word. If anyone knows whether they still remain in Esher let me know i'd love the red one.

Be-Seeing-You.

Nomad

-- Last edit: 2008-11-16 01:54:36

taffy1967 WL

2009-08-17 18:27

Quote

My all time favourite film, featuring my all time favourite car, namely the legendary 'Mini Cooper S'. Plus Michael Caine is a legend too.

Pomtidom NL

2009-12-11 15:39

Quote

taffy1967 wrote My all time favourite film, featuring my all time favourite car, namely the legendary 'Mini Cooper S'. Plus Michael Caine is a legend too.

And don't forget Benny Hill :D

boogieman US

2010-05-07 07:46

Quote

At 1:18:20, when the Mini's take a jump during the chase you can see a Gray van parked to the side of the road... Can anyone tell me what type of van this is?

I'm watching this movie for the first time right now, and IMCDb is a real help, Since I don't recognize half the cars in the movie.

RockRacer US

2010-05-25 03:38

Quote

You can also view aircraft screenshots from this film on The Internet Movie Plane Database - IMPDb.org.

JCB UK

2010-10-05 23:03

Quote

Has a picture being took off ?, sure there was a picture of a military truck stood next to the bullion van and plane , which i was going to identify !

Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-10-05 23:04

Quote

Is it this? /vehicle_21630-Ford-M8-Greyhound-1943.html

JCB UK

2010-10-05 23:06

Quote

No it was a large jeep type vehicle. Maybe I'm hallucinating !

-- Last edit: 2010-10-05 23:27:08

vilero ES

2010-12-18 20:02

Quote

Upgraded the movie with HD captures and added some more vehicles. Also upgraded previous thumbnails in HD quality and added some extra more. New HD thumbnails submited in same previous antp's comments with his permission. Remember refresh the page if you don't see new HD captures. Thanks.

[Image: 276371-ItalianJob10.JPG] [Image: 276372-ItalianJob11.JPG] [Image: 276373-ItalianJob12.JPG]

[Image: 276374-ItalianJob005.JPG][Image: 276375-ItalianJob001.JPG][Image: 276376-ItalianJob002.JPG][Image: 276377-ItalianJob003.JPG][Image: 276378-ItalianJob004.JPG]

-- Last edit: 2010-12-18 20:36:35

vilero ES

2010-12-18 20:06

Quote

for impdb.org

[Image: 276379-ItalianJob65.JPG] [Image: 276380-ItalianJob66.JPG] [Image: 276381-ItalianJob71.JPG]

vilero ES

2010-12-18 20:08

Quote

:D :D :D [Image: 276382-ItalianJob006.JPG] :D :D :D

dsl SX

2010-12-18 20:20

Quote

vilero wrote Upgraded the movie with HD captures and added some more vehicles. Also upgraded previous thumbnails in HD quality and added some extra more.... Thanks.

Excellent - great fun seeing it in better detail.

vilero ES

2010-12-18 20:21

Quote

[Image: 276385-ItalianJob105bis.JPG] [Image: 276389-ItalianJob103.JPG] [Image: 276387-ItalianJob110.JPG]

-- Last edit: 2010-12-18 20:22:10

dsl SX

2010-12-18 20:30

Quote

Those last 3 thumbs are evil. They'll need a completely new database to cover properly.

DynaMike NL

2010-12-18 22:34

Quote

Location of the first and the third thumbnail is Piazza San Carlo; in the first you can see the skyscraper (just right of the centre) from which the second thumbnail was sshot: Piazza Castello with the Palazzo Madama, and the Mole Antonelliana in the background.

igna BO

2011-05-14 20:43

Quote

Incredible Movie!!! but sad about the bunch of cars destroyed.

S 415 GT DE

2012-06-04 22:42

Quote

I Found a 1965 Porsche 911 (901), is it worth to list?

[Image: porsche901_2.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-06-04 22:42:24

G-MANN UK

2012-06-04 23:12

Quote

I'd say so, although that image isn't that great. If no one can provide an HD picture, I've still got the DVD.

MJS 7 EN

2013-07-28 00:14

Quote

What an unforgettable film! :-)

Alessandro58 CH

2013-09-06 09:20

Quote

[Image: vlcsnap-00_01_22-2013-09-06-09h17m50s47.jpg]

Traffic lights for rjluna2:

[Image: vlcsnap-01_05_38-2013-09-06-09h14m55s62.jpg] [Image: vlcsnap-01_05_42-2013-09-06-09h15m05s213.jpg] [Image: vlcsnap-01_05_43-2013-09-06-09h15m48s100.jpg] [Image: vlcsnap-01_05_44-2013-09-06-09h15m56s208.jpg] [Image: vlcsnap-01_05_45-2013-09-06-09h16m33s84.jpg] [Image: vlcsnap-01_05_46-2013-09-06-09h16m37s115.jpg]

rjluna2 US

2013-09-06 13:48

Quote

Alessandro58 wrote Traffic lights for rjluna2:

Nice :beer:

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database :)

jpts AU

2015-02-27 13:11

Quote

This film also stars John Clive and John Le Mesurier who were both in "Dad's Army"

unclehotrod13 US

2015-09-30 22:57

Quote

watching it now... better than the the remake

dsl SX

2015-11-13 21:49

Quote

"Making of" film (2002) - I think it was a TV special:
- part 1 - actors, locations etc, not really much about cars until near the end - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jI8nolf8UFE
- part 2 - a fair bit about cars and stunts - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EuGElpjRDY

The deleted "Blue Danube" sequence (apparently filmed in the hall used for Turin motor show) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFDiYvqyecg

A 2003 news item about how they might have been able to escape the cliffhanger ending - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEpbkk26RcA

Add a comment

You must login to post comments...