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Harrogate man celebrates 50-years since Italian Job film release

Harrogate man celebrates 50-years since Italian Job film release

Published by May Norman at 2:19pm 18th September 2019. (Updated at 2:21pm 18th September 2019)

Main image: stock image of Turin

Harrogate man marks 50-years of film Italian Job

  • A man from Harrogate's marking 50 years of the Italian job by planting a lifesized coach on a building in Turin.
  • Mark Hinchliffe has organised for the bus to teeter off an apartment block in the city, which depicts the final scene in the iconnic 1969 film.
  • He's also organised a bus of artists and chefs who've been influenced by all things Italian to travel down to Turin to celebrate the movie.
  • Mark is now calling for sponsors.

A Harrogate man is heading up big plans to mark 50 years since the Italian job.

Mark Hinchliffe has brought together a group of artists and chefs - who're influenced by all things Italian - who will travel down to Turin next month (October) to mark five decades since the release of the film.

He's also organised an art installation of the original bus which will teeter off an apartment block in the city, depicting the final scene of the iconic 1969 film.

More details on Mark's project can be viewed here:

 

 

Mark is now searching for sponsors - please contact mark.cdcltd@hotmail.com.