Two-Way Stretch

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Released 1960

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Two-Way Stretch

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Director:
Robert Day
Released:
1960
Rating:
TV-PG
Two-Way Stretch is a hilarious British comedy from the 1960's which centers around three prisoners who scheme the ultimate heist from behind the very bars which constrain them. The film was written by several people, including John Warren, Len Heath, Vivian Cox and Alan Hackney. Robert Day directs. Dodger Lane (Peter Sellers) is just weeks away from completing his prison sentence and being freed - but he can't help taking advantage of an excellent opportunity to plot a robbery while still being behind bars. With the help of his cellmates and a ditzy clergyman named Soapy Stevens, Lane plans to break free, steal precious jewels, and jump back behind bars. He figures prison is the best alibi! But he fails to recognize many of the obstacles that stand in his way, one of which includes the new prison officer who makes his mission nearly impossible! The film includes excellent performances by Sellers as well as Wilfrid Hyde-White and Lionel Jeffries. Two-Way Stretch is a fun watch for everyone, be sure to catch this one sometime soon.moreless
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