Part of the filming took place on location at the offices of Websters, 136 Baker Street, where the rooftops were used for lookout locations. The exterior scenes of the bank and adjacent shops were done at Pinewood Studios on a specially constructed set of Baker Street, to retain an authentic feel of the period and to allow for greater control. This partial set was extended using visual effects.
- 1 J. Peter RobinsonLloyd's Bank 2:41
- 2 J. Peter RobinsonDiscussions 1:18
- 3 J. Peter RobinsonLe Sac 1:33
- 4 J. Peter RobinsonTerry's Tale 1:04
- 5 J. Peter RobinsonBaker Street 4:16
- 6 J. Peter RobinsonUnder the Vault 1:38
- 7 J. Peter RobinsonNasty Business 1:02
- 8 J. Peter RobinsonSuspicion 2:55
- 9 J. Peter Robinson"We're Through" 1:00
- 10 J. Peter Robinson"Let's Make Some Money" 2:27
- 11 J. Peter RobinsonRoyal Portraits 4:26
- 12 J. Peter RobinsonHeadlines 1:09
- 13 J. Peter RobinsonDeparture 3:06
- 14 J. Peter RobinsonVogel Calls Michael X 3:03
- 15 J. Peter RobinsonLittle Black Book 4:24
- 16 J. Peter RobinsonConfession 4:10
- 17 J. Peter RobinsonPaddington 6:27
- 18 J. Peter RobinsonArrest of Michael X 1:42
- 19 J. Peter RobinsonConclusions 3:24
|Runtime||1 hr 51 min|
|Budget||$20 000 000|
|Premiere: World||$64 828 421 February 25, 2008|
|USA||$30 060 660|
|Other countries||$34 767 761|
|Box Office – Budget||$44 828 421|
|Premiere: USA||$30 060 660 March 7, 2008|
|first day||$1 745 510|
|Digital: World||July 15, 2008|
|Parental Advisory||Profanity, Sex & Nudity, Frightening & Intense Scenes, Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking, ..., Violence & Gore|
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|Also Known As|| |
Baker Street (United Kingdom)
DescriptionMartine offers Terry a lead on a foolproof bank hit on London’s Baker Street. She targets a roomful of safe deposit boxes worth millions in cash and jewelry along with a treasure trove of dirty secrets.
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