Pages Navigation Menu

"No matter where you go, there you are."


Win The Flying Scot on Blu-ray

STUDIOCANAL has released the newly-restored crime thriller, The Flying Scot. This rarely seen classic is now available to own on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital

This compact, claustrophobic British B-movie gem directed by Compton Bennett (The Seventh Veil, Man-Eater) and written by Norman Hudis (Carry on Nurse, The Duke Wore Jeans) and Ralph Smart (Always a Bride, Bush Christmas), features three very different career criminals, who join forces for a daring robbery attempt aboard the famous London-Glasgow passenger train The Flying Scotsman. Lee Patterson (Airplane 2, Checkpoint) is the man with the audacious plan and Kay Callard (White Hunter, The Electric Monster) his glamorous accomplice in this taut heist thriller with echoes of film noir, which also stars Alan Gifford (2001: A Space Odyssey, The Iron Petticoat) and Margaret Withers (Sin of Esther Waters, If Theis be Sin).

Dissatisfied with the small profits gained by his petty crimes, Ronnie Cowan (Patterson) attempts to pull off the most sensational train robbery of all time. After learning that the Bank of Scotland periodically sends half a million pounds in notes from Glasgow to London for destruction aboard The Flying Scotsman, he assembles a trusted transatlantic team and a seemingly foolproof scheme is put into action.

Featuring brand-new bonus material and looking better than ever, the FLYING SCOT is a welcome addition to the ever-expanding Vintage Classics collection.

To be in with a chance to win, simply answer the following question.

Win The Flying Scot on Blu-ray

Thank you for supporting Live for Films (LFF) when you order using the link below. As an Amazon Associate LFF earns from qualifying purchases. If you are using an adblocker you will not see the link.

Previous PostNext Post

Previous PostNext Post


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.