A Man, a Woman, and a Bank

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A Man, A Woman, and A Bank
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Directed by Noel Black
Produced by John B. Bennett
Peter Samuelson
Written by Raynold Gideon (story and screenplay)
Bruce A. Evans(story and screenplay)
Stuart Margolin (story)
Starring Donald Sutherland
Brooke Adams
Paul Mazursky
Music by Bill Conti
Cinematography Jack Cardiff
Edited by Carl Kress
Distributed by AVCO Embassy Pictures (USA)
Blue Box Productions
Release date
  • September 8, 1979 (1979-09-08) (Canada)
  • September 28, 1979 (1979-09-28) (U.S.)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

A Man, a Woman, and a Bank, also known as A Very Big Withdraw,[1] is a 1979 Canadian heist film, starring Donald Sutherland and Brooke Adams and directed by Noel Black.[1]


A thief, Reese Halperin, and his accomplice, computer expert Norman Barrie, devise a scheme to break into a Vancouver bank.

While carrying out the bank's blueprints, Reese is inadvertently photographed by Stacey Bishop, who is taking pictures for the bank's advertising campaign. Reese and Stacey meet, and, complicating the burglary somewhat, fall in love.



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