TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
In the UK, after pulling a racetrack robbery, repeat offender Johnny Bannion hides the loot in a farmer's field but the police and the local mob come looking for Johnny and the money.
The racecourse that Stanley Baker robs is Hurst Park. It opened in 1890 and closed in October 1962.
I'm afraid things have changed a bit.
Johnny Bannion: How much?
Mike Carter: Double, twenty percent.
Johnny Bannion: You've got some explaining to do, haven't you?
After Johnny kicks the partygoers out of his apartment, he starts to run a bath then gets out a sun ray lamp, lies on his bed and is about to switch the lamp on when he discovers Suzanne in the bed. There is no scene showing him turning the bath taps off or showing the bath overflowing.
Anchor Bay's DVD, whilst otherwise uncut, does not include the melancholy end credit sequence, played over shots of circles of prisoners in the exercise yard.