The Midnight Express: Jack Oakes, the playboy son of a railroad president, is disowned by his father, and takes a job in the railroads yards under an assumed name. Mary Traves still believes he has the right stuff, and he soon gets a chance to show it when The Midnight Expess is on a collision course with a run-away freight train.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||June 01, 1924|
|Genres:||Action Drama Romance Adventure Crime|
|Director:||George W Hill|
|Actors:||Bertram Grassby Dan Crimmins Edwin B Tilton Elaine Hammerstein George Nichols Jack Richardson Lloyd Whitlock Noble Johnson Pat Harmon Phyllis Haver Roscoe Karns William Haines|
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