Two-Way Stretch, sometimes titled Nothing Barred, is a 1960 British comedy film, about a group of prisoners who plan to break out of jail, commit a robbery, and then break back into jail again, thus giving them the perfect alibi – that they were behind bars when the robbery occurred. However, their plans are disrupted by the arrival of a strict new Chief Prison Officer.
The film was directed by Robert Day from a screenplay by Vivian Cox, John...
The Governor is going to give Chief Crout a tongue lashing.
Ethel plays with words.
The Governor gets excited about a book that Soapy has brought.
Lennie wakes from his delirium.
Dodger can finally talk back to Chief Crout.
Soapy knows that Chief Crout has recognized him.
The governor and vicar Soapy discuss how to treat Lennie's delirium.
Chief Crout grabs a priest he mistakes for Soapy.
Chief Crout tells the boys to watch out and stay out of trouble.
The Governor tells Chief Crout to go back to his old prison.
Dodger, Jelly, and Lennie watch the weighing ceremony and the jewels that the...
The guys start to doubt Soapy's ability to keep quiet.
Lennie alerts the guys that the train inspectors are coming.
The train inspectors talk about having the perfect alibi.
Soapy wants the guys to take the prison bus.
Soapy tries to calm down Lennie.
Lennie distracts the governor while Jelly gets the jewels from the safe.
Cheif Crout rouses Dodger for their last morning in jail.
Ethel hopes the problem isn't her big end.
Mrs. Price tells the delivery man that he can empty her dust bin at any time.
Ethel and the delivery man engage in sexual innuendo.
Ethel complains that Dodger wont touch her.
The delivery man wants to look at Ethel's distributor.
Dodger complains that Ethel is always complaining.