The Train

Rating:7.5
Released:1964
Genres:Action, Drama, Thriller, War
Crew:Original Music Composer: Maurice Jarre | Screenplay: Walter Bernstein | Director of Photography: Jean Tournier | Screenplay: Franklin Coen | Director: John Frankenheimer | Production Design: Willy Holt | Editor: David Bretherton | Director of Photography: Walter Wottitz | Novel: Rose Valland | Screenplay: Frank Davis

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As the Allied forces approach Paris in August 1944, German Colonel Von Waldheim is desperate to take all of France's greatest paintings to Germany. He manages to secure a train to transport the valuable art works even as the chaos of retreat descends upon them. The French resistance however wants to stop them from stealing their national treasures but have received orders from London that they are not to be destroyed. The station master, Labiche, is tasked with scheduling the train and making it all happen smoothly but he is also part of a dwindling group of resistance fighters tasked with preventing the theft. He and others stage an elaborate ruse to keep the train from ever leaving French territory.




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Original Music Composer: <strong>Maurice Jarre</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Walter Bernstein</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean Tournier</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Franklin Coen</strong> | Director: <strong>John Frankenheimer</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Willy Holt</strong> | Editor: <strong>David Bretherton</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Walter Wottitz</strong> | Novel: <strong>Rose Valland</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Frank Davis</strong> imageOriginal Music Composer: <strong>Maurice Jarre</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Walter Bernstein</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean Tournier</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Franklin Coen</strong> | Director: <strong>John Frankenheimer</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Willy Holt</strong> | Editor: <strong>David Bretherton</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Walter Wottitz</strong> | Novel: <strong>Rose Valland</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Frank Davis</strong> imageOriginal Music Composer: <strong>Maurice Jarre</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Walter Bernstein</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean Tournier</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Franklin Coen</strong> | Director: <strong>John Frankenheimer</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Willy Holt</strong> | Editor: <strong>David Bretherton</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Walter Wottitz</strong> | Novel: <strong>Rose Valland</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Frank Davis</strong> imageOriginal Music Composer: <strong>Maurice Jarre</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Walter Bernstein</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean Tournier</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Franklin Coen</strong> | Director: <strong>John Frankenheimer</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Willy Holt</strong> | Editor: <strong>David Bretherton</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Walter Wottitz</strong> | Novel: <strong>Rose Valland</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Frank Davis</strong> imageOriginal Music Composer: <strong>Maurice Jarre</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Walter Bernstein</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean Tournier</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Franklin Coen</strong> | Director: <strong>John Frankenheimer</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Willy Holt</strong> | Editor: <strong>David Bretherton</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Walter Wottitz</strong> | Novel: <strong>Rose Valland</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Frank Davis</strong> imageOriginal Music Composer: <strong>Maurice Jarre</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Walter Bernstein</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean Tournier</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Franklin Coen</strong> | Director: <strong>John Frankenheimer</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Willy Holt</strong> | Editor: <strong>David Bretherton</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Walter Wottitz</strong> | Novel: <strong>Rose Valland</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Frank Davis</strong> image


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