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A Man, a Woman and a Bank (1979)

PG 09/28/1979 (US) ActionComedyRomance 1h 40m

The two least likely bank robbers in the known universe plan and execute... kind of... the ultimate heist.

Overview

Two novice thieves are plotting to rob a bank in Vancouver. A photographer snaps a shot of one thief as he is carrying the bank building's blueprints. The would-be thief then begins a relationship with the photographer and attempts to retrieve the photos. Meanwhile, the thieves' plot consists of this: one man will enter the bank building after dark, while the other man sits in a van and uses a computer to unlock the building's doors. The final step involves transporting the cash to a freight ship waiting on the docks, for transportation to a money launderer in Macau.

  1. Noel Black

    Director

  2. Stuart Margolin

    Writer

  3. Raynold Gideon

    Writer

  4. Bruce A. Evans

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Donald Sutherland

    Donald Sutherland

    Reese Halperin

  2. Brooke Adams

    Brooke Adams

    Stacey Bishop

  3. Paul Mazursky

    Norman Barrie

Full Cast & Crew

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

Revenue -

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Content Score

36

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