[CONTAINS SPOILERS] A sequel to "Vabank" (1981), introduces the same characters entangled in a duel between a former safecracker and a crooked bank manager. Imprisoned ex-banker Kramer breaks out with the help of recently released accomplice and wants to get even with his nemesis, Kwinto. Kwinto calls up the old gang to respond to this threat. In the end, Kramer seemingly victorious heads to Switzerland by a prearranged flight to Zurich. First, however, they have to cross the German border. They bribe the Nazi border guards, board the plane and land in what they think is Switzerland, only to find out that the film-team has outwitted them with sets and actors and the police is waiting for them.
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Setting fire in a gasoline canister would not create a controlled explosion as it was depicted in the movie. The gasoline would simply burn out over a longer period of time, possibly harming the person by temperature and smoke. To make an explosion, it would require a large volume of gasoline vapor. If there was enough of the vapor in the garage, the explosion would blow away the entire garage, most likely killing the person. See more
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