The police arrive to arrest the robbers and the girls have to abandon their plan to keep the loot themselves.  (uncredited), Des Edwards Discovering it is part of the proceeds from the train robbery reported in the papers, he decides to claim the reward money from Edward Noakes, an insurance assessor. While the gang use a stolen train to make their escape, the students commandeer a passenger train to pursue them, and subsequently seize a van car from them carrying the stolen money.  (uncredited), Michelle Scott A crook and his cronies stash the money from a train heist in a deserted old mansion, planning to recover it in good time. The students swiftly manage to evade the robbers and leave them being chased by the police, with the gang cornered at a station. Meanwhile, Amber Spottiswood, the headmistress of St Trinian's, has an affair with Sir Horace, the new head of the Ministry of Schools (a fictional government department) and a corrupt politician, who recently took over following a Labour Party election triumph. The police arrive to arrest the robbers and the girls have to abandon their plan to keep the loot themselves. The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery is a British comedy film, directed by Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliat, written by Sidney and Leslie Gilliat, and released on 4 April 1966.  (uncredited), Terry Cashfield Reviews, interviews and features from the international film magazine. When the camera is brought to Harry in order to be fenced, he and some of the students intercept a message for Askett from the mastermind and realise the train robbers are in the school. The girls become national heroines and the final scene shows 300 St. Trinian's pupils each receiving an M.B.E.  (uncredited), Brian Cook Unknown to Askett, one of the students at St Trinian's comes across some of the stolen money and brings it to Flash Harry, the school's turf accountant.  (uncredited), Susan Jones The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery is a British comedy film, directed by Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliat, written by Sidney and Leslie Gilliat, and released on 4 April 1966.It is the last of the original series of films based on the St Trinian's School set of images and comics, and the only one to be produced in colour. George Cole.  (uncredited), Ken Coles The school was in fact the other side of the moor from Longmoor. One LMS diesel shunter {BR Class 11} in Longmoor colours.  (uncredited), Allan James  (uncredited), Frank Haysom  (uncredited), Christina Witherick  (uncredited), Dawn Todd  (uncredited), Jeremy Sandler It is the last of the original series of films based on the St Trinian's School set of images and comics, and the only one to be produced in colour.  (uncredited), Deborah Raymond Whilst waiting for the school to be preoccupied with a dance routine in the main hall, the gang lose a camera to one of the students, housing a hidden two-way radio. This was previously a boys preparatory school based at Burghclere near Newbury, which had merged with a girls preparatory school at the location at Liss nine months prior to the making of the film, The film was among the 15 most popular movies at the British box office in 1966.[4]. Times [London, England] 31 December 1966: 5.  (uncredited), Rosemary Wootten  (uncredited), Ted Reed  (uncredited), Helen Eisenhauser The gang are instructed to rob a mail van of £2.5 million, and hide the loot at Hamingwell Grange, a deserted country mansion, until it is safe to reclaim it.  (uncredited), Michael Lees However, the officers applaud the girls for recovering it, causing the students to be awarded with medals, much to the shock of others that know them too well. The railway scenes were filmed on the former Longmoor Military Railway (closed in 1969). The girls discover their plan and a chase ensues in which both parties steal a train. Search the BFI National Archive collections, Read research data and market intelligence, Frankie Howerd  (uncredited), Tina Topham Future learning and skills – giving everyone the opportunity to build a lifelong relationship with film.  (uncredited), Feliks Sergejak  (uncredited), Georgina Lay Gang leader "Alphonse" Askett, who operates under the guise of a hairdresser, is contacted by his anonymous employer, a secret mastermind, on a plan for a major train robbery. The Times Digital Archive.  (uncredited), Patrick Ludlow  (uncredited), Cheryl Todd  (uncredited), Ann Weston However, things go wrong!  (uncredited). Amber Spottiswood, headmistress of St. Trinian's is re-establishing her school in an old country house called Hamingwell Grange.  (uncredited), Barbara Hopkins  (uncredited), Josephine Port [1][2], The film's story focuses on St Trinian's becoming caught up in a train robbery, after the gang who conducted it attempts to reclaim their loot from the building that the students and teachers now inhabit.  (uncredited), Fred Walker ©2020 British Film Institute.  (uncredited), Eve Wilson Askett decides on sending his delinquent daughters into St Trinian's as new pupils, instructing the pair to gather any useful information that the gang can make use of.  (uncredited), Sally Geeson  (uncredited), Richard H. Langford  (uncredited), Vicki Emery This page was last edited on 5 September 2020, at 09:33. She musters the rest of herstaff from their various temporary jobs (French Mistress is a model, art mistress a striptease act) then finds that their new routine is disturbed by night-time prowlers. The extras on board the St Trinian's train were pupils from a local convent school.  (uncredited), Noreen Ackland Much to his department staff's shock, he willingly provides the school a grant in order to relocate following a fire at their previous building. A chaotic chase with trains soon ensues. The Grange is being used by a gang of thieves to hide the loot from a Great Train Robbery and finding it inhabited by hundreds of schoolgirls they formulate a plan to recover it from beneath the ballroom floor. More on The Great St Trinian's Train Robbery.  (uncredited), Bryan Tilling  (uncredited), Nicola White Meanwhile, the students bring the stolen money to a station further up the railway line, planning to claim it for themselves, but are prevented from doing so by the arrival of more police.  (uncredited), Beverley Simons  (uncredited), Lori Portugal  (uncredited), Dorothy Earsdon  (uncredited), George Cross The gang manage to recover the stolen money and escape, just as the school is alerted to what is happening; while Harry and the students chase after the gang, Spottiswood leads the teachers in hopes of claiming the reward money.  (uncredited), Lillian Lee  (uncredited), Pat Gilbert The film stars a selection of actors from previous films in the series, including George Cole, Richard Wattis, Eric Barker, Michael Ripper, and Raymond Huntley, alongside Frankie Howerd, Reg Varney, Dora Bryan, and the voice of Stratford Johns. In the final railway scene where the girls 'return' the money the British Railways station at Liss can be seen in the background.  (uncredited), Kim Middleton At the same time, police are alerted by Noakes, and commandeer another passenger train to pursue both.  (uncredited), Jack Worrow  (uncredited), Valerie King The film also features uncredited appearances by Jonathan Cecil and Sally Geeson in minor roles.  (uncredited), Robert Simmonds  (uncredited), Heather Seymour

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