On August 8, 1963, the Royal Mail train, on its nighttime run from London to Glasgow, was robbed by 15 men who got away with 2.6 million pounds. It became known as the Great Train Robbery. In his starring film debut, Phil Collins is one of the junior robbers who was trying to make a better life for himself and his wife (Julie Walters), but they soon find life on the run is no picnic.

Year: 1988
Genre: Comedy, True Stories, Biography
Country: UK
Director: David Green
Starring: Phil Collins, Julie Walters, Larry Lamb
Duration: 93 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language.
Location in store: Comedy



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