Hero WantedMarch 28, 2008
Liam Case is a garbage man whose life hasn't quite turned out the way he expected it would. In order to impress the girl of his dreams, Liam plans an elaborate heist that will culminate with him jumping in to save the day at the last minute. When the day of the heist arrives, however, the plan takes an unexpected turn and Liam winds up in the hospital.
The Silent PartnerMarch 30, 1979
Miles Cullen is a bored teller at a bank in a Toronto mal. When he accidentally learns that his bank is about to be robbed, instead of informing his bosses or contacting the police, he cleverly devises a way of keeping the cash.
LoopholeMarch 28, 1954
Bank teller Mike Donovan (Barry Sullivan) takes the first step on the road to Perdition when he fails to report a $49,000 shortage. Accused of theft, Donovan is fired from his job. He is then prevented from finding other employment by Javert-like insurance investigator Gus Slavin (Charles McGraw). Despite many setbacks, Donovan attempts to clear his muddied name.
Man to ManDecember 5, 1930
Mike (Phillips Holmes) is a popular college track star, but with a terrible secret. His father John (Grant Mitchell) is in prison for murdering the person who murdered his brother. The story leaks out, Mike loses a class election and he withdraws from school and heads home in shame. The town's old timers admire Mike and his father, while younger ones think Mike is probably no good. Before long, John is pardoned and heads back home. Can they all live in peace?
Lay That Rifle DownJuly 7, 1955
Director Charles Lamont's 1955 comedy, about a girl from the sticks doing drudge work at a hotel and dreaming of a better life, stars Judy Canova, Robert Lowery, Jacqueline de Wit, Richard Deacon, Robert Burton, James Bell, Marjorie Bennett, Leon Tyler, William Fawcett and Mimi Gibson.
Double DynamiteDecember 25, 1951
An innocent bank teller, suspected of embezzlement, is aided by an eccentric, wisecracking waiter.
Some Kind of a NutSeptember 14, 1969
A New York City bank teller becomes a media celebrity when he refuses to comply with his employer's demands that he shave his beard. Directed by Garson Kanin, this 1969 comedy stars Dick Van Dyke, Angie Dickinson, Rosemary Forsyth, Zohra Lampert, Carole Shelley, David Doyle, Elliott Reid, Pippa Scott, Connie Gilchrist, Roy Roberts and Peter Turgeon.