Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 14 songs that can be heard in the movie “The Bank Job”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 14 songs featured in “The Bank Job”:
26 Miles (Santa Catalina) - The Four Preps Scene: Song can be heard at the beginning of the film. They bury money.
Twenty Five Miles - Edwin Starr Scene: Darlene Sweet and priest Daniel Flynn arrive at the hotel.
Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Frankie Valli Scene: Priest Daniel Flynn and Darlene eat together and talk.
He’s A Rebel - Alana Da Fonseca Scene: Darlene is to be seen as a backup singer.
Bernadette - Four Tops Scene: Priest Flynn tries to drug Darlene. Darlene beats the priest with a bottle.
Unchained Melody - The Righteous Brothers Scene: Roulette is played shortly after the power is cut. Darlene sings for Billy Dee.
You Can't Hurry Love - The Supremes Scene: Darlene sings.
Hush - Deep Purple Scene: Sect leader Billy Lee asks Rose to play a song on the jukebox.
Hold on I'm Comin' - Sam & Dave Scene: Song can be heard in the credits.
The Letter - The Box Tops Scene:
Baby, I Love You - Tommy Roe Scene:
Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon) - The Mamas & The Papas Scene:
Unchained Melody - Cynthia Erivo Scene:
He's Sure The Boy I Love - The Crystals Scene:
I Got A Feeling - Four Tops Scene:
Bend Me, Shape Me - The American Breed Scene:
What’s the movie about?
The thriller “Bank Job” is about the used goods dealer Terry, who now runs his own garage. One day, the beautiful boyhood friend Martine appears and convinces him to commit a theft. In the lockers of the Lloyds Bank in London’s Baker Street there are money and jewels worth several million. Terry is interested. He has no idea that the vault houses not only the money but also a whole series of dirty secrets. The London underworld, the secret service, some gentlemen of fine society and even the royal house have a great interest in keeping them out of the public eye. The hunt for Terry and his boys has begun.