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The Italian Job (1969)
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The Italian Job (1969)

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Driving by his deep will of making the biggest robbery ever in history, Charlie, a young courageous and successful thief, who has been recently released from prison, makes a clever plan to steal a large amount of gold from Italy, but he needs a financial support, so he goes to a mafia boss to help him, the thing that brings terrible for him.
Actors: John Clive ,
John Clive
John Clive 6 January 1933, London, England, UK
John Forgeham ,
John Forgeham
John Forgeham 14 May 1941, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England, UK
Noël Coward ,
Noël Coward
Noël Coward 16 December 1899, Teddington, Middlesex, England, UK
Frank Jarvis ,
Frank Jarvis
Frank Jarvis 13 May 1941, Stockton on Tees, Cleveland, England, UK
Harry Baird ,
Harry Baird
Harry Baird 12 May 1931, Georgetown, British Guiana
David Kelly ,
David Kelly
David Kelly 11 July 1929, Dublin, Ireland
Stanley Caine ,
Stanley Caine
Stanley Caine 1935, Southwark, London, England, UK
Derek Ware ,
Derek Ware
Derek Ware 27 February 1938, Manchester, England, UK
Renato Romano ,
Renato Romano
Renato Romano 20 February 1940, Ischia, Italy
Graham Payn ,
Graham Payn
Graham Payn 25 April 1918, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Robert Powell ,
Robert Powell
Robert Powell 1 June 1944, Salford, Manchester, England, UK
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Genre: Action Comedy Crime
Director: Peter Collinson
Peter Collinson
Peter Collinson 1 April 1936, Lincolnshire, England, UK
Country: United Kingdom
Release: 1969
IMDb: 7.3
Quality:
Duration: 99 min
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Lawrence Journal-World

March 12, 2004

Overrated heist film whose climactic chase scene is one of its few redeeming values.
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Variety
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May 06, 2008

The cast does its stuff to good effect. Coward, as the highly patriotic, business-like master crook, brings all his imperturbable sense of irony and comedy to his role.
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Future Movies UK
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November 06, 2003

Very much of its time without ever looking too dated, The Italian Job embraces the classic caper set-up.
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TV Guide
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March 05, 2008

The gold is then stashed in a bus, and the predictable chase ensues.
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eFilmCritic.com
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March 31, 2004

It's the sort of smoothly entertaining and slyly intelligent crowd-pleasing spectacle that will never go out of style.
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Empire Magazine
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March 05, 2008

As a film, The Italian Job is hardly a work of unalloyed genius; but as a reminder of the time when Britannia really was cool, it's peerless.
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TIME Magazine
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April 21, 2010

Caine and Coward play a splendid game of verbal tennis, but by the final reel the laughs are lost in an anthology of dull and deafening car chases.
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New York Times

May 09, 2005

The film is technically sophisticated and emotionally retarded.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

February 10, 2005

Superior crime caper that's a little too pleased with itself, but only a little.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

As a modest fun movie, it works, much helped by deep casting contrasts and a nice sense of absurd proportions.
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sbs.is

May 30, 2005

Worthy simply for Benny Hill and his love for "big ladies"
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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January 01, 2015

Is there a film - certainly a British film - that delivers a greater infusion of pure joy than The Italian Job?
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