The Italian Job

The Italian Job
The Italian Job

Year

1969

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Michael Caine plans an audacious overseas robbery in this cheeky 1960s crime caper. Taking on the Italian authorities and the Mafia with nothing more than a rag-tag crew of likeable villains, a fleet of Mini Coopers and a lot of nerve and pluck, ex-con Caine and his gang set about pulling off a gold-bullion heist through the heaving traffic of Turin. The little cars are undoubtedly the stars of the show, and with its funky soundtrack, breezy confidence, quotable dialogue and memorable cliff-hanger ending, this remains one of Britain's best-loved films.

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This film contains moderate bad language.

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