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Netflix's new hit "How To Rob A Bank" chronicles Seattle in the 90's

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It was Thanksgiving in 1996. Seattle newscasters are reporting that the “Hollywood” Bandit has locked himself in an old camper in a backyard in Ravenna after robbing the Lake City branch of Seafirst Bank of over 1 million dollars in cash.

The Seattle Police and FBI Task Force that’s been hunting him for years finally have him surrounded…

But to understand how we got here, like any good crime story, we’ve gotta flash back to the beginning, where Scott Scurlock, inspired by movies like Point Break, gets the wild idea to move on from cooking meth… to robbing banks.

GUESTS: Co-Directors: Stephen Robert Morse & Seth Porges

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It was Thanksgiving in 1996. Seattle newscasters are reporting that the “Hollywood” Bandit has locked himself in an old camper in a backyard in Ravenna after robbing the Lake City branch of Seafirst Bank of over 1 million dollars in cash.

The Seattle Police and FBI Task Force that’s been hunting him for years finally have him surrounded…

But to understand how we got here, like any good crime story, we’ve gotta flash back to the beginning, where Scott Scurlock, inspired by movies like Point Break, gets the wild idea to move on from cooking meth… to robbing banks.

GUESTS: Co-Directors: Stephen Robert Morse & Seth Porges

LINKS:

https://www.netflix.com/watch/81427740
https://historylink.org/File/9043
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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1. Netflix's new hit "How To Rob A Bank" chronicles Seattle in the 90's (00:00:00)

2. Marker 01 (00:15:22)

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