The Big Job

The Big Job
The Big Job

Year

1965

Duration

85 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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In this British comedy from the 1960s, crook George 'The Brain' and his two accomplices have been put in prison for 15 years after a big bank robbery. Before being banged up, George managed to stash the loot in a hollow tree and the thought of picking this up when they get out keeps the felons sane when inside. However, 15 years is a long time and when they go to seek out their ill-gotten gains they find what was once the middle of nowhere is now a housing estate - and their precious tree now standing in the yard of the local cop shop.

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