Friday (July 15, 2022) “The Great Railway Robbery 1963” was shown on TV. Did you miss the tape? All information about the recurrence of the “thieves show” on the Internet can be found on the Internet and on TV here at news.de.
“The Great Railway Robbery 1963” was shown on TV on Friday (15 July 2022). You missed the feature film “The Robbers’ View” by Julian Garrold at 8:15pm on TV, but still wanted to watch “The Great Railway Robbery 1963”? have a look at 3satMore media library. Here you will find countless TV shows that you can stream online after broadcasting as VOD. You can usually find the program in your media library after it has aired on your TV. Unfortunately, this does not apply to all programs. Unfortunately, 3sat won’t be replicating that on classic TV in the near future.
‘The Great Train Robbery’ 1963′ on TV: This is what ‘The Thief’s Look’ is all about
On August 8, 1963, Britain learned of the news of the largest mail robbery in the country’s history. An entire train was hijacked – which no one thought was possible. How did the scammers do it? This two-part BBC report presents the entire burglary in a unique way – in the first episode, from the perspective of the criminals. The second part describes postal theft from the point of view of the police. Bruce Reynolds gathers a group of petty criminals around him and plots a scam that is unparalleled to this day. Their work not only makes them the most wanted men in England, but also makes them the luckiest. But her life would have been destroyed forever. Editor’s Note: 3sat will air Part Two of “The Great Railway Robbery 1963” on Friday, July 22, at 8:15 p.m. (Source: 3sat, quoted by FUNKE magazines)
“The Great Train Robbery 1963” on TV: a glimpse of all the information and actors in “The Robbers’ View”
phone: Julian Garrold
withLuke Evans, Martin Compston, Jack Roth, Paul Anderson, Neil Maskell, Nigel Collins, Bethany Muir, Robert Glennister, George Ward and Dale Synnott
script: Chris Chipnal and Rob Ryan
camera: George Richmond
Music Paul English
TypeVarieties, Drama and Crime
year of production: 2013
FSK: Approved for ages 16+
original title: “The Great Train Robbery”
in high definition: yes
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