Sette Volte Sette AKA Seven Times Seven (1968, Gastone Moschin, Lionel Stander)


Italian caper movie about a plot to rob the British Royal Mint; the star of the show is former London Transport Leyland RTL1436 (NLE710). A businessman at home goes into the garage and gets into not a car but a bus:
This particular bus appears normal downstairs, but is equipped with electronic equipment upstairs:
The sliding panel in the roof is useful:
Ostensibly on route 52, the bus passes a coach park containing a number of Bristol RELH coaches, only seen blurred, although a static shot reveals three East Kent Park Royal bodied AEC Reliances, the middle of them in a livery for East Kent's London to Paris service:
Ultimately the bus is driven into Stockwell garage and parked up. Visible among the numerous AEC Routemasters and AEC RTs are a pair of Red Arrow AEC Merlins. On the left is one of the initial XMS class of 6 Strachan bodied buses; next to it is one of the production MBA class buses with MCW bodywork. Also parked at the back are two white coaches:

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