The Brink's Job


1h 43m 1978

Brief Synopsis

After a long time of bad luck, the little criminal Tony and his gang successfully rob one of Brink's security transport, taking $30,000. Surprisingly their coup doesn't make the press. Curious Tony checks out their headquarters and finds out that their security standard is low beyond belief. Now a really big coup is prepared...

Film Details

Also Known As
Brink's Job
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1978

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m
Sound
Stereo
Color
Color (Technicolor)

Synopsis

The year is 1950, the take is $2.7 million, and the movie is a high-spirited comedy caper. The film explores the lives of the men who pulled off one of the most famouos heists in history.

Crew

Gene Anderson

Props

Harold Arlen

Song

Donah Bassett

Negative Cutting

Barry Bedig

Property Master

Noel Behn

Source Material (From Novel)

Richard Rodney Bennett

Music

William C Bratton

Transportation Coordinator

Enrique Bravo

Camera Operator

Charles L Campbell

Sound Editor

Verne Caruso

Hair

Larry Cavanaugh

Special Effects

James A Contner

Photography

Don Coufal

Boom Operator

Bing Crosby

Song Performer

Dino De Laurentiis

Executive Producer

John Deblau

Electrician

Roger Deitz

Other

Louis Digiaimo

Casting

Terence A. Donnelly

Assistant Director

Gordon Ecker

Sound Effects Editor

Louis L Edemann

Sound Effects Editor

Carmine Foresta

Location Manager

Joe Garland

Song

Robert W Glass

Sound

Angelo Graham

Art Director

Michael Green

Camera Assistant

Walon Green

Screenplay

Gloria Gresham

Assistant

Sonny Grosso

Production

Jere Huggins

Assistant Editor

Ned Humphreys

Assistant Editor

Robert Jiras

Makeup

Mark Johnson

Assistant Director

Randy Jurgensen

Production

Bruce Kay

Set Decorator

Robert Knudson

Sound

Robert K. Lambert

Editor

John Lasalandra

Construction Coordinator

Catalina Lawrence

Assistant Editor

Norman Leigh

Director Of Photography

Toni St Clair Lilly

Other

Richard Luckey

Sound Editor

Don Macdougall

Sound

Johnny Mercer

Song

Glenn Miller

Song Performer

Angela Morley

Music

Ruth Morley

Costumes

Hank Muller

Camera Assistant

George R. Nelson

Set Decorator

Bob Norin

Makeup

Andy Razaf

Song

Larry Rovetti

Color Timer

Jonathan Sanger

Production Manager

Bob Scaife

Foreman

Anthony J Scarano

Costumes

Gaylin Schultz

Key Grip

Ralph Serpe

Producer

Nanette Siegert

Production Coordinator

Bud Smith

Editor

Scott Smith

Assistant Editor

Dean Tavoularis

Production Designer

The Andrews Sisters

Song Performer

Louis Tobin

Gaffer

Josh Weiner

Photography

Jeffrey S Wexler

Sound

Film Details

Also Known As
Brink's Job
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1978

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m
Sound
Stereo
Color
Color (Technicolor)

Award Nominations

Best Art Direction

1978

Quotes

Trivia

Based on an actual Boston robbery, a few of the actual robbers worked as advisors on the film.

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter December 1978

Re-released in United States on Video August 6, 1996

Formerly distributed by MCA Home Video.

Re-released in United States on Video August 6, 1996

Released in United States Winter December 1978