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One More Train to Rob

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5.71 h 48 min197112
After two-and-a-half years of being in prison for a train robbery and framed by his compatriots, Gant (Steve Sandor), Mike (Mike Henry) and Slim (Timothy Scott), Harker Fleet (George Peppard) is released and is on his way to find them and claim his share of the pot.
Directors
Andrew V. McLaglen
Starring
George PeppardDiana MuldaurJohn Vernon
Genres
ComedyWesternAction
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Supporting actors
France NuyenSteve SandorSoon-Taik OhRichard LooC.K. YangJohn DoucetteRobert Donner
Producers
Robert Arthur
Studio
Universal Pictures
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4.5 out of 5 stars

55 global ratings

  1. 73% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 13% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 6% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 3% of reviews have 2 stars
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RichReviewed in the United Kingdom on 03 January 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Nice to hear some of the old characters of the ...
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Decent film. Nice to hear some of the old characters of the time reminiscing on a golden period in our generation that I doubt we will ever see the like of again. Some proper music, dj's, clubs and promoters captured here. Fun times!
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KellaReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 December 2014
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Five Stars
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Great film didn't know it wouldn't be in 5.1 Dolby sound but still sounds great 👍
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 December 2015
2.0 out of 5 stars
Two Stars
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Awful - could and should have been so much better.
CazzaReviewed in the United Kingdom on 07 April 2012
1.0 out of 5 stars
Boring
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A constant stream of ravers off their faces. Didn't tell me anything new and I'm not convinced the footage was authentic either as it was too similar from one club to the next. Doesn't warrant more than one watch.
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p manningReviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 June 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Great Train Robbery
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One More Train To Rob is a comedy western from 1971. Released by Universal Pictures the film was produced by Robert Arthur and directed by Andrew V. McLaglen.
Set in the old west the story begins with a train robbery carried out by partners in crime George Peppard and John Vernon in California.
Hiding out from the robbery Harker Fleet ( George Peppard) is sent to prison for assaulting a sheriff and his deputy while trying to escape a forced marriage set up by his former partner Timothy Xavier Nolan( John Vernon).
Harker is sentenced to three years in prison but is freed six months early for good behaviour. Determined to find his lover Katy ( Diana Muldaur ) after his release he finds that she is now with his former partner and they are living in style as wealthy ranch owners in California .
Harker visits them and demands his share of the robbery but is told that the money has all been spent.
Harker and Timothy Nolan plan to rob a local gold mine run by Chinese workers led by Mr Chang. They plan to rob the train carrying the gold to San Francisco.
As the two partners fight and plan to double cross each other the film moves to an exciting conclusion with the robbery of the gold shipment.
This was the first of two comedy films that Andrew V. McLaglen directed in 1971 , the other was Fools Parade starring James Stewart.
The film stars George Peppard and was his last film before he made the television detective series Banacek which ran from 1972-1974.
The lead female role is taken by Diana Muldaur who was a mainly television actress in the sixties often starring with Burt Reynolds.
This is a fun old school western with plenty of romance between Katy and Harker and lots of action.
Mr. S. R. EdwardsReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 May 2013
1.0 out of 5 stars
Seriously a waste of money!
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Dont bother! For the serious clubbers avoid this like the plague, its a cheap amateur money making scheme of so called "up there" DJs by the likes of FatBoy Slim (He has hair!), Brandon "Who" Block? and Danny "Never Been There" Rampling. Its some nasty 90s fottage of Moneypennys and some unknown club i have never heard of in Nottingham where the DJs are even embarrased to admit they were they first started DJing so that shows you how old and unknown it is. Theres no mention of the likes of Gatecrasher, Passion, Storm, Cream, Godskitchen so i really have no idea what these so called "clubbers" who have also given it a good review were watching or what club they used to go to!. Dont waste you money, its atrocious. Perhaps i was too much of an "underground" clubber or perhaps i was a proper clubber who never frequented the high St clubs mentioned on this awfully edited and put together attempt at the UK clubbing scene through the late 90s into the early 2000s.
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RobderReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 February 2012
3.0 out of 5 stars
A good stab at the near impossible.
I expected the worst when I ordered this...one look at the DJ line-up on the back was enough to make my toes curl. Did I really want to watch a 2 hr docco of vox pop egoism? Everyone lived their own version of this era and whilst I loved some of these nights, much of the 90s that I loved wasn't owned by the corporate pay party mafia and its breed of vomitous 'superstar' cretins. (respected producers and New York/Chicago dons aside of course)

But that said it's a great effort. Some really good footage and interesting stories divided into chapters set by the area and venue which provides a good narrative.

Only criticisms:

* Not enough music - though I can accept getting rights would've been a nightmare.
* Not enough history - whilst the clubs of the era told a story...what about the underbelly of travelling sound systems like Spiral Tribe, Circus Warp, Eze Love et al? Purely focusing on the pay party movement does leave the story only half told. Gatecrasher 99/00 really wasn't that relevant unless you were a Mixmag gimp.
* Trade. HOW is it possible to mention Turnmills without talking about Laurence Malice and the first ever licensed after hours club in London (the UK?) This isn't subjective, it's a massive oversight. Gallery Shmallery frankly.

Good effort tho. ;) x
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JimmyReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 March 2014
4.0 out of 5 stars
happy days!
This films takes a trip down memory lane when clubs were big and the tunes were even bigger! The good old days when clubbing was at it's peak and sadly it will never be the same, but just like Gatecrashers tag line, it will always be with you!
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