Bank Shot

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Released 1974

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Bank Shot

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Director:
Gower Champion
Released:
1974
Rating:
PG

Bank Shot is a 1974, zany comedy about a caper-style crime, directed in humorous, slapstick style by Gower Champion. Walter Upjohn Ballentin (George C. Scott) gets out of prison and immediately returns to a life of crime. Unlike the traditional bank robber, he thinks outside the box and heads a plan to rob a bank that's temporarily set up in a trailer home. Walter and his bank-robbing cronies hatch a plan to disguise the trailer home by painting it pink before stealing the entire building to hide it in plain sight inside a trailer park. They have guts. They have creativity. They have the perfect plan. Or do they? Frank "Bulldog" Sreiger (Clifton James), the eccentric prison warden, may not be as easily duped as the robbers think. When the paint El (Joanna Cassidy) picks up to disguise the trailer because it said "washable, and was therefore "clean," begins to wash off at the most inopportune time, the gang's success is in jeopardy. Can this band of unconventional thieves hide their loot from authorities and get away with their daring and ingenious plot? Come along for the ride in this hilarious, fall off your seat funny film that's sure to keep you laughing from beginning to end.

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    Crime, Heist, Classics