Monday 29 July 2013

ANYONE COULD ROB A BANK by Thomas Coffey (1960)

"In this music-hall style farce, three men, Badger, Jereen and Windy, discuss how easy it would be to rob the local bank and they come up with the perfect plan. When they wake up to the news that the local bank has been robbed using their plan, they begin to suspect each other."

Picture: Kathleen Barrington and T.P. McKenna in ANYONE COULD ROB A BANK by Thomas Coffey,
directed by Ria Mooney, the Abbey at the Queen's Theatre, 1960.

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