|The Great Van Robbery|
|Directed by||Max Varnel|
|Written by||Brian Clemens|
|Cinematography||James Wilson (as Jimmy Wilson)|
|Edited by||Maurice Rootes|
|Music by||Albert Elms (uncredited)|
|Distributed by||United Artists (US)|
The Great Van Robbery is a low budget 1959 British crime film. 
Scotland Yard teams up with Interpol to discover the origins of stolen money in a private bank account in Rio de Janeiro. Assigning their best detective Caesar Smith to the case, the money is soon traced to a robbery from a Royal Mint van. Investigations lead to a coffee storehouse where a worker is found murdered and the remaining loot discovered.
The Britmovie website has referred to it as a "routine British crime thriller from second-feature specialists the Danziger Brothers. Denis Shaw convincingly plays Interpol detective Caesar Smith and belies his hefty build to display a nifty line in judo and self-defence." 
The camera operator on the film was the future film director Nicolas Roeg. 
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