A Tale of Two Thieves
The Great Train Robbery

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Fave

needs a good edit - it's a little slow. but pretty good

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charles

i agree with his assessment of Ronnie Biggs, although you gotta give credit to any guy who breaks out of Wandsworth. Very interesting film.

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