Talk:Odd Man Out
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The BBC are trying to trace the child actors used in this film. See: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/6388303.stm
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Odd Man Out was also a punk rock band with Pro skater Steve Caballero.
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Plot notes question
The last paragraph of "Synopsis" says "...McQueen, who is trying to escape from the police after an ill-advised bank robbery...". but I believe it was an office in a mill that was robbed, not a bank. (Based on viewing of TCM showing, 28 Nov 2007) -jiw
I saw a restored print of it last night, and it was indeed a mill they robbed and not a bank. They refer to it as a mill, and the work room of the Mill is visible from the office they rob. DasKreestof (talk) 17:08, 17 December 2009 (UTC)
Though it is true that the main actors failed (if they even tried) to produce a Northern Ireland accent, the street children are obviously native Belfastians. Juan Riley (talk) 20:33, 31 May 2014 (UTC)