Cash on Demand (1962) 720p YIFY Movie

Cash on Demand (1962)

Cash on Demand is a movie starring Peter Cushing, André Morell, and Richard Vernon. A charming but ruthless criminal holds the family of a bank manager hostage as part of a cold-blooded plan to steal 97,000 pounds.

IMDB: 7.41 Likes

  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 547.98M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 80
  • IMDB Rating: 7.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 26 / 65

The Synopsis for Cash on Demand (1962) 720p

A ruthless crook apparently abducts the wife and child of a bank manager and then masquerades as an insurance company detective while scheming to rob the institution in this crime drama. Unfortunately, some of the manager's employees learn about the plot and the terrified manager must beg them to remain silent. Fortunately, the police have been on the case all along.


The Director and Players for Cash on Demand (1962) 720p

[Director]Quentin Lawrence
[Role:]Andre Morell
[Role:]Peter Cushing
[Role:]Norman Bird
[Role:]Richard Vernon


The Reviews for Cash on Demand (1962) 720p


Cash on Delivery? Pah! This is Cash on Demand!Reviewed bySpikeopathVote: 7/10

Out of Hammer Film Productions, Cash on Demand is directed by Quentin Lawrence and adapted the screenplay by David Chantler & Lewis Greifer from a play by Jacques Gillies. It stars Peter Cushing, Andre Morell, Richard Vernon, Norman Bird and Kevin Stoney. Music is by Wilfred Josephs and photography by Arthur Grant.

Hammer's Xmas movie has a kick and half.

In the opening section of Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, robber in waiting Tim Roth tells his lover, Amanda Plummer, about how a guy robbed a bank with just a telephone. This principal is the core of Hammer's majestic Cash on Demand, an intense, tightly constructed thriller that also provides proof positive of the acting talents of Peter Cushing, Andre Morell & Richard Vernon. With minimal budget to work from and operating out of practically one set, director Lawrence gets the maximum suspense out of script with no blood letting or overt violence. This is very much about eloquent verbal sparring, the terror is in what might happen should Cushing's (superb shifting of the acting gears as the plot unfolds) martinet bank manager not tow the slick line being drawn by Morel's (brilliantly playing his cards close to his chest) crafty thief.

A real gem and a pleasant surprise, both in technical merits and outcome of story. Highly recommended to all serious fans of Classic British Cinema. 9/10

Morrell doesn't examine banks, he robs themReviewed bybkoganbingVote: 6/10

Cash On Demand is a story about a home invasion/bank robbery. Peter Cushing is almost Dickensian like in his portrayal of the stuffy branch manager who seems to have been modeled on Ebenezer Scrooge.

The first 10 minutes or so set the tone for the film as we see all the employees scurrying about doing their best to avoid coming under Cushing's withering glance. But his attention is drawn to Richard Vernon who he suspects of sloppy bookkeeping at best and embezzlement at worst. He's telling this Bob Cratchit that he'll be hitting the bricks soon.

At that point Andre Morrell comes in and says he's a bank examiner from some insurance company. But when he's alone he reveals to Cushing that he doesn't examine banks, he robs them. And he further reveals that Cushing's wife and daughter are being held hostage and he's going to empty the vault and leave within an hour unobstructed lest they be killed by his accomplices.

Cash On Demand is a real sleeper with most of the action focusing on the scenes between Cushing and Morrell. Even a ruthless crook takes down Cushing's character and from what we see the man has some shrewd observations. Cushing though understandably frightened summons up some inner resources here. It's a wonderful contrast in characters.

Try to catch this one if TCM runs it.

Great Expectations, ScroogedReviewed byJoseph_GillisVote: 4/10

Although the friend who'd raved about 'Cash On Demand' has - to maintain the Dickens analogy - provided me with at least as many 'worst of times' for his thumbs-up verdicts, as he has 'best of times', so effusively did he praise this one that I really had to check it out; and, anyway, I'd already bought the DVD box-set.

But he really should have warned me about the 'Christmas Carol' connection because, once I'd made the seasonal connection - not so subtle, given the early calendar shot - and spotted the Bob Cratchitt character, and then his Scrooge, and - somewhat less certainly, as I don't recall the nuances of his character - the Jacob Marley character, it really didn't matter how close or otherwise the script and plot would follow its Dickens inspiration, as I was always expecting it to, and watching through to the end credits was more a case of: "well, I've started, so I'll finish".

Peter Cushing's character was different to his usual, and I suppose in that he was relatively convincing, but André Morell's part was always going to be the most winning, and he revelled in it.

A massive disappointment: Bah, humbug!

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