safe-cracker


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safe-cracker

[ˈseɪfˌkrækəʳ] N (US) → ladrón/ona m/f de cajas fuertes
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The crew of the Liberator, and later Scorpio, changed over the years although Paul Darrow as brooding criminal mastermind Avon and Michael Keating as safe-cracker Vila remained constants.
In "Butch," certain Broadway citizens require the assistance of a master safe-cracker, only to find the key man is babysitting.
Safe-cracker Basil, thought to be in his 50s, has eluded justice while the six others in the gang, most aged in their 60s and 70s, have been jailed for up to seven years.
But instead of taking advantage of these skills to get a noble job, he became an infamous burglar and one of the world's best safe-cracker.
This was an unwelcome distraction for a safe-cracker who heard the sirens from his US cop counterpart's police car mid-burglary.
Dom Hemingway Cert 15 JUDE Law goes on the rampage as a safe-cracker in this black comedy - a hugely entertaining crime thriller.
Beefed-up and looking as if he's oozing booze from every pore, he is remarkable as an ace safe-cracker who has served 12 years in prison because he stood by the criminal code.
Opens Friday THE STARS Jude Law, Richard E Grant THE VERDICT Jude Law is in brilliant form as foul-mouthed safe-cracker Dom Hemingway.
Judging by Jude Law's opening monologue--a long, colorful ode to his macho character's manhood, delivered under highly ironic circumstances--the hotheaded safe-cracker hasn't exactly cooled down in the clink.
As hundreds of mourners said a final farewell to the safe-cracker, who died from cancer aged 70, tears mixed with laughter as they heard tales from the hardman's colourful life.
Coburn's unlikely - at first glance - partner is Eddie Doyle (Donal Thoms-Cappello), a young and supremely self-confident safe-cracker who for once had been caught in the act and subsequently agreed to take part in the operation as a way of getting out of prison.