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Old 21-08-2006, 09:31   #41
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Has anyone actually seen this 1941 British B-movie? I was on the lookout for it for a long time and finally found it on e-bay this morning.
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Old 26-08-2006, 18:27   #42
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Cheaper at AmazonJersey at the mo. Ghost Train
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Please ignore - my link led to a higher price.

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Old 26-08-2006, 19:24   #44
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It probably already been mentioned, but whats that movie where the british escort a little indian prince across india on a train?
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It has North West Frontier a.k.a. Flame Over India
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Less obvious Hitchcocks: Number Seventeen & TMWKTM, 1934.
In the latter the train-set is meant to be a toy!
Has Shadow of a Doubt been mentioned already?
Young & Innocent has a train-yard sequence.
Another Sherlock Holmes: Terror By Night, 1946
Endless Westerns come to mind but there is an early John Wayne serial set around the running of a railroad: Hurricane Express.
The opening of White Heat is set around a train robbery.
Sunrise has some famous shots of trains in complex process shots, though the celebrated long-take is on a tram.
Suddenly, the Sinatra siege one, is built around the President's expected arrival by train.
The fifties Brit. thriller The Good Die Young briefly and belatedly springs to life in a finale set around the Underground.
Closely Observed Trains, of course.
Oh Mister Porter! The Third Man. Anna Karenina. The Silence. Belly of an Architect.
The Lady Killers.
Finally an invisible one: the crime discussed in Twelve Angry Men is witnessed across a railway-line.
I'll get a life some day soon:-)

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