The Bank Raiders (1958)

Director
Maxwell Munden

Main cast
Peter Reynolds; Sandra Dorne; Sydney Tafler; Lloyd Lamble

Genres
Crime

Description
A third rate con man lands himself the job of a get-away driver for a bank heist that has complications.


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