The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery1959

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The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery
Directed by:
Charles Guggenheim and John Stix

"The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery" (also known as "St. Louis Bank Robbery, The", "Occhi del testimone, Gli") is a Crime/Drama film directed by Charles Guggenheim and John Stix, released on September 10 of 1959 in the USA . Steve McQueen is starring, alongside Crahan Denton, David Clarke, James Dukas, Molly McCarthy and Martha Gable.

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Who directed "The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery":

The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery was directed by Charles Guggenheim and John Stix.

Charles Guggenheim was an American producer, actor, and director.

John Stix was an American director.

When was "The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery" released:

The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery was initally released in the United States on Thursday, September 10, 1959.. This was fifty-nine (59) years ago.

Who is at the casting of "The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery":

At the casting of The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery we find Steve McQueen, previously seen in The Blob (1958) and Never Love a Stranger (1958); Crahan Denton (); David Clarke (Edge of the City (1957), The Narrow Margin (1952)) [ more... ]

What is the Storyline of "The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery":

George Fowler (Steve McQueen) shows himself as an ex-football hero. He finds himself slowly drawn into the gangster world. With the gang in need of just $50 more, George asks his ex girl, Ann, for that amount in a check, supposedly for her brother Gino. The plan starts to unravel when she sees Gino coming out of a restaurant across the street from the bank. When questioned about it George later reveals he's involved with robbing the bank. She writes 'Warning The bank will be Robbed!' with lipstick on the [...]

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