The First Great Train Robbery Trailer

The First Great Train Robbery Trailer (1978)

"Never have so few taken so much from so many." 01 December 1978 Adventure, Drama, Thriller 110 mins

In Victorian England, a master criminal makes elaborate plans to steal a shipment of gold from a moving train.

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Cast

Sean Connery

as Edward Pierce

Donald Sutherland

as Robert Agar

Alan Webb

as Edgar Trent

Crew

Jerry Goldsmith

Original Music Composer

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Germany 11 April 1979

France 18 April 1979

United Kingdom 01 December 1978

United States 02 February 1979

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