Top 7 The Italian Job Movie Details

While searching the internet for The Italian Job movie facts, I found some interesting little known details. Obscure enough that most people could miss it, I want to make you a favor by creating ordered lists with the most intriguing hidden details.

Most of them are not blatantly obvious to be observed at first sight, so take your time and read carefully. We have extensive definitions that accurately explain any behind the scene meaning or famous dialogues.

Mos Def is playing a character that is mostly deaf.
Mos Def is playing a character that is mostly deaf.
(2003 remake), while Charlie and Lyle are surveilling Steve, he's watching Michael Caine in The Italian Job (1969)
(2003 remake), while Charlie and Lyle are surveilling Steve, he's watching Michael Caine in The Italian Job (1969)

Easter Eggs

Finding Easter Eggs in movies is one of my favorite hobbies. Hidden objects, characters, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • 1 - During the part where they detonate explosives under the armored truck, look carefully at the crowd of people running away. There you can catch a quick view of spiderman fleeing the sceen.
    During the part where they detonate explosives under the armored truck, look carefully at the crowd of people running away. There you can catch a quick view of spiderman fleeing the sceen.
  • 1 - The Hollywood sign is changed to OHLLY WODO during a short clip in the final helicopter scene.
    The Hollywood sign is changed to OHLLY WODO during a short clip in the final helicopter scene.
  • You can see Spider-Man putting on his mask as the street explodes under the armored truck

Hidden Details

1 - The number plates of the 3 minis are references to Charlie Croker's prisoner number (HMP 729G), Fred Emney's "bloody Grand Prix" line (GPF 146G), and the gang's flight home (LGW 809G) (explanation in comments).
The number plates of the 3 minis are references to Charlie Croker's prisoner number (HMP 729G), Fred Emney's "bloody Grand Prix" line (GPF 146G), and the gang's flight home (LGW 809G) (explanation in comments).

I am pretty sure that you've watched The Italian Job, maybe in a theater near you or on the small screen, but probably not many of the small details have taken your attention. Most of the previous facts are hidden for some reason, but still, there is plenty of randomly forgetten stuff that makes the movie unique and interesting. The more you know, the more fascinated you'll be about The Italian Job and will watch it online, download or stream it again and again.