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The Great Bank Robbery(1969)

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  • best movie to have on..while doing homework.

    • a.morris
    • 12/28/17

    if hell exists..akim tamiroff and larry storch might be there for their performance as Mexican bandits..and a demon that looks like ludark shaitan is in charge.clint walker was just like ryan Reynolds ..which was a tragedy. kim novack was like Jessica alba..good looking..rich..and not sure how to act. the studio was not really thrilled or wanted to get hy on the director. claude atkins was not sure how to play his character..so he pictured ray milland and a horror movie icon..must have got drunk and disappeared for much of the story.the lead actor in this met zero expectation..i guess.tragic that mako and john fiedler had to do this community service project to get out of legal trouble.norman alden gave a gem of a comedic performance in this vomit projectile from the angry spirit of timothy carrey.it least this was not ice pirates..look for the silver in the turd.

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    • David Atkins
    • 8/12/11

    When I heard that Kim Novak was to star in this WB comedy I was a bit surprised. My thinking was after the debacle of Robert Aldrich's weird Legend Of Lylah Clare at MGM, Kim took the first role offered to get on with her career. In hindsight I see it was a brilliant calculated move, Kim is gorgeous and very sexy and funny, and this film is cast with wonderful character actors supporting Kim Novak and the first billed star Zero Mostel. (I have never understood how the brilliant Mostel was able to secure first billing since he had little box office punch).As the above mentioned Legend Of Lylah Clare which was eagerly anticipated, this film was thought to be a summer release with not much ado about it. This film is a riot.Hy Averback directs this nutty film and gets great assistance from Clint Walker who certainly knew his way around Warner Bros as star of the classic Cheyenne TV series.This film is not shown enough and I hope TCM shows it along with Novak's other fine films such asPicnic, Man With The Golden Arm, Middle Of The Night, Bell Book And Candle, Pal Joey, Kiss Me Stupid, The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders, and two of my favorite Kim Novak films: Strangers When We Meet, and of course the masterpiece Vertigo.

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