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The Train: In 1944, a German colonel loads a train with French art treasures to send to Germany. The Resistance must stop it without damaging the cargo.

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Ratings: IMDB: 7.9/10 Metascore: N/A RT: 100%
Released: September 22, 1964
Runtime: 133 mins
Genres: Action Thriller War
Countries: USA France Italy
Director: John Frankenheimer
Actors: Albert Remy Arthur Brauss Bernard La Jarrige Burt Lancaster Charles Millot Daniel Lecourtois Donald O'Brien Gerard Buhr Helmo Kindermann Howard Vernon Jacques Blot Jacques Marin Jean Bouchaud Jean-Claude Bercq Jean-Pierre Zola Jeanne Moreau Louis Falavigna Michel Charrel Michel Simon Nick Dimitri Paul Bonifas Paul Scofield Richard Bailey Richard Münch Roger Lumont Suzanne Flon Victor Beaumont Wolfgang Preiss

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Posted by malahide 4 years, 11 months ago
+2 | +2 / -0

Possibly the best War movie ever made.Lancaster and Scofield are excellent.You feel like your in there among the grime and grease.Good ending.

Posted by Qaisar 6 years ago
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A standout WWII drama, loosely based on a true story. In 1944, as the Allies spread across France from the Normandy landings, the Nazis looted Paris art museums and loaded the works onto a train, with the intention of carrying them back to the Fatherland and selling or bartering them for scarce war materials. A fairly hare-brained scheme, to be sure, and in reality the train never made it further than a siding just east of the city, but that shouldn't hinder one's enjoyment of what turns out to be a classic action film.

Posted by sab1960 4 years, 2 months ago
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Oh the old one's are the best. Watched this again recently and totally enjoyed it 4/5

Posted by raidmar 4 years, 11 months ago
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an old outstanding classic.9/10

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