For some time Mark Brader has maintained the List of Railway Movies. Since Mark is no longer able to post updates regularly, I am maintaining this copy on the WWW for him. When I get a chance, I will convert it to HTML. Meanwhile, here is the final posting of the list, plus subsequent minor editing.
Please note that Mark's email address has changed again, to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Subject: List of Railway Movies, possibly final edition, March 1997 From: email@example.com (Mark Brader) Date: 1997/06/25 Message-Id: <1997Jun25.firstname.lastname@example.org> As I am leaving SoftQuad (and Usenet, at least for the moment) today, I thought I would take this opportunity to repost the current version of the following list, which I have been maintaining and which has appeared several times in these newsgroups or their predecessors. Followups this time are directed to rec.arts.movies.lists+surveys and misc.transport.rail.misc. If someone else wants to grab this document and take over maintenance of it, they are welcome to do so. As it says at the end, it's in the public domain. Please direct NO further email about it to me. * [The actual list starts about 120 lines down.] * An Aperiodically Posted Article This is a canned article which I have reposted at irregular intervals in the railway and movie newsgroups. The list was last modified on March 2, 1997; it was last posted on December 5, 1995, on that occasion to uk.railway, misc.transport.rail.americas, misc.transport.rail.europe, and misc.transport.urban-transit. * What This Is About The list is restricted to what I like to call Railway Movies of the First Kind: those where the railway aspect can be considered one of the most important elements in the movie. Trains or tracks or subways or stations, or railway construction or railway employees, will be in the movie generally for at least 1/3 to 1/2 of its length, and usually more than that. Some latitude is granted for films based around a *single* train robbery, and there are a few other exceptions based on our discretion. "TV-movies" and video releases are included as well as real movies. Some examples of movies with notable railway scenes which nevertheless do *not* qualify for the list are: "Before Sunrise", "Strangers on a Train", "North by Northwest", "Go West", "The Seven-per-cent Solution", "Doctor Zhivago". Movies of less than feature length (say 75 minutes, or somewhat less for older films) are also excluded; for example, Buster Keaton's 1965 film "The Railrodder", and the famous 1936 British doc- umentary "Night Mail", are both shorts and so not listed. * What This is Not About This is not a list of *good* movies about trains; that would be too subjective to be useful. Many films on the list are simply trash. It is not a list of *realistic* movies about trains; I'm not qualified to evaluate all the technical details, but I can certainly say that many of the films have serious flaws in their depiction of railways. However, since I am posting the list anyway, I have taken the liberty of adding a "*" beside the title of a few movies that I have seen and particularly enjoyed *as movies*. Use these as recommendations at your own risk. I have no idea which movies have or have not been released on home video. * Who Did It The list was originally compiled by Mike Trout, who is no longer on Usenet, and has since been maintained by me, Mark Brader. Many sources were used for descriptions of movies that we haven't actually seen, to judge whether or not to list them; but when possible, all dates, running times, and cast information are taken from the annual guidebook now called "Leonard Maltin's Movie and Video Guide 1996" (Plume, 1996, ISBN 0-452-27327-7), with this source being generally taken as authoritative. The best single reference now available for the question of what is a railway movie is "Railways on the Screen" by John Huntley (Ian Allan, 1993, ISBN 0-7110-2059-0); Huntley lists a vast number of short films not included in this list, gives many more details of each film than I can do here, and rates every film for the degree of railway content, from 1 to 5 engines. However, his coverage of British movies is clearly significantly better than that of American ones or other countries'. Also, he does not distinguish releases made directly for home video, and his "engine" ratings appear to be based on some factor such as the degree to which *real* railways were used in filming. This list now incorporates information from Huntley's listings. I have adopted the policy, for films I have not seen and have no other information about, that a Huntley rating of 1 or 2 engines suggests that they don't belong on the list; a rating of 3 to 5 suggests that they do. Another source of entries was the list of movies that "either take place on trains or feature memorable train scenes" given in "The Movie List Book: A Reference Guide to Film Themes, Settings, and Series", by Richard B. Armstrong and Mary Willems Armstrong (1990, McFarland, ISBN 0-89950-240-7). Again, at my discretion I have rejected some films that they listed, based on other (sometimes incomplete) information. I have also used information from the Internet Movie Database, available to WWW users at <http://us.imdb.com> and <http://uk.imdb.com> as well as by email (write to email@example.com with the subject line "HELP"), when no other source was available. * Notations For each movie where I have seen a cast list, I cite two performers. If I have the director but not any performers, I give the director with "(D)" following. The performers are always the first two listed by Maltin, or if Maltin does not list the movie, then by Huntley, if he does. This information is only provided to help people identify the movie; to keep the list entries short, I am *not* interested in giving further credits, or plot information. The following words and phrases are abbreviated to their initial single letters: Black and white, Color, Silent, Partly, Tv-movie (written after the date, and includes releases direct to home video), minutes. Thus PB113m means "partly black and white (and hence partly color), 113 minutes long". A "?" in the data indicates uncertain information. Any known alternate titles the movie may be known by are listed in "", separated by semicolons if there is more than one; if I have the original release title, I always use that for the main listing, even if another title is better known. A few movies, marked "?" *before the title*, are listed provisionally, based on incomplete information. For example, for films where no running time is listed, it's possible that they're really shorts and should be deleted; in other cases it may be unclear whether the film is a Railway Movie of the First Kind. Finally, since Huntley's book includes a large number of documentaries, many of them intended specifically for railfans and issued for home video. I have included those that are of feature length, but split them out into a separate listing below the main list. Some companies are now issuing such videos as periodicals; these are not included in the list. If the documentaries section becomes very long in the future, I may delete it as well, as it is not my main interest here. --+-- * And so... THE LIST OF RAILWAY MOVIES --+-- 1. Alberto Express (France/Italy, 1990) C88m, Sergio Castelloni, Nino Manfredi >>>> Alias Bulldog Drummond (1934) -> #20 >>>> Alistair Maclean's Death Train (1993T) -> #37 2.? The American Friend (USA/France/Germany, 1977) [Der Amerikanische Freund; L'ami Américain] C127m, Dennis Hopper, Bruno Ganz >>>> Der Amerikanische Freund (1977) -> #2 >>>> L'ami Américain (1977) -> #2 >>>> Andrews' Raiders (1956) -> #65 3. Atomic Train (USA, 1999T) C180m?, Rob Lowe, Kristin Davis 4. Avalanche Express (USA, 1979) C88m, Lee Marvin, Robert Shaw 5. Background to Danger (USA, 1943) B80m, George Raft, Brenda Marshall >>>> Baltic Express (1959) -> #126 6. La Bataille du Rail (France, 1946) [The Battle of the Rails] B87m, Salina, Lozach >>>> The Battle of the Rails (1946) -> #6 7. Beggars of Life (USA, 1928) PSB100m, Wallace Beery, Louise Brooks 8. Bergensbanen plyndret i natt (Norway, 1928) SB105m 9. Berlin Express (USA, 1948) B86m, Merle Oberon, Robert Ryan 10. La Bête Humaine (France, 1938) B90m [The Human Beast; Judas was a Woman], Jean Gabin, Julien Carette 11. Bhowani Junction (USA/UK, 1956) C110m, Ava Gardner, Stewart Granger 12. Black Diamond Express (USA, 1927) SB95m, Monte Blue, Edna Murphy 13. The Block Signal (USA, 1926) SB87m [Tragic Railway], Ralph Lewis, Jean Arthur 14. The Blue Express (USSR, 1929) SB85m, Sergei Minin, I. Chernyak 15. Boxcar Bertha (USA, 1972) C97m, Barbara Hershey, David Carradine >>>> The Brain (1969) -> #28 16. Breakheart Pass (USA, 1976) C95m, Charles Bronson, Ben Johnson 17. Brief Encounter (UK, 1945) B85m, Celia Johnson, Trevor Howard 18. Brief Encounter (UK, 1975T) C72m, Richard Burton, Sophia Loren 19. Broadway Limited (USA, 1941) B74m, Dennis O'Keefe, Victor McLaglen 20. Bulldog Jack (UK, 1934) B73m [Alias Bulldog Drummond], Jack Hulbert, Ralph Richardson >>>> The Bullet Train (1975) -> #150 21. Buster (UK, 1988) C102m, Phil Collins, Julie Walters 22.? C'era una volta il West (Italy/USA, 1969) [Once Upon a Time in the West] C165m, Charles Bronson, Henry Fonda 23. Cafe Express (Italy, 1981) C89m, Nino Manfredi, Adolfo Celi 24. California Straight Ahead (USA, 1937) B67m, John Wayne, Louise Latimer 25. Canadian Pacific (USA, 1949) C95m, Randolph Scott, Jane Wyatt 26. The Cassandra Crossing (UK, 1977) C127m, Richard Harris, Sophia Loren 27. Caught on a Train (UK, 1980T) C90m, Peggy Ashcroft 28. Le Cerveau (France, 1969) C100m [The Brain], David Niven, Jean-Paul Belmondo 29. Ceux qui m'aiment prendront le train (France, 1998) [Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train] C122m, Pascal Greggory, Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi 30. Chartroose Caboose (USA, 1960) C75m, Molly Bee, Ben Cooper 31. Chattanooga Choo-Choo (USA, 1984) C102m, Barbara Eden, George Kennedy >>>> Closely Observed Trains (1966) -> #114 >>>> Closely Watched Trains (1966) -> #114 32. Cock o' the North (UK, 1935) B84m, George Carney, Marie Lohr 33. Color of a Brisk and Leaping Day (USA, 1996) B87m, Peter Alexander, Michael Stipe 34. Cruel Train (UK, 1996T) C100m?, David Suchet, Saskia Reeves 35. Dakota (USA, 1945) B82m, John Wayne, Vera Ralston 36. Danger Lights (USA, 1930) B73m, Louis Wolheim, Jean Arthur >>>> Dark of the Sun (1968) -> #89 37. Death Train (USA/UK/Yugoslavia, 1993T) C100m [Detonator; Alistair Maclean's Death Train], Pierce Brosnan, Patrick Stewart 38. Deathline (UK, 1973) C87m [Raw Meat], Donald Pleasence, David Ladd 39. The Denver and Rio Grande (USA, 1952) C89m, Edmond O'Brien, Sterling Hayden >>>> Desire in Motion (1993) -> #95 >>>> Detonator (1993T) -> #37 40. Disaster on the Coastliner (USA, 1979T) C100m, Lloyd Bridges, Raymond Burr >>>> Dynamite Man from Glory Jail (1971) -> #55 >>>> Emperor of the North (1973) -> #41 41. Emperor of the North Pole (USA, 1973) C118m [Emperor of the North; Emperor of the Northwest], Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine >>>> Emperor of the Northwest (1973) -> #41 42. End of the Line (USA, 1930s?) 43. End of the Line (USA, 1987) C105m, Wilford Brimley, Levon Helm 44.? The Engine Driver (UK? Japan?, 1964) 45. Europa (Denmark/Sweden/France/Germany, 1991) PB113m [Zentropa], Barbara Sukowa, Jean-Marc Barr 46.? Express to Terror (USA, 1979) Robert Alda, Broderick Crawford 47. Il Ferroviere (Italy, 1956) B116m [Man of Iron; The Railroad Man], Pietro Germi, Luisa Della Noce 48. Final Run (Canada, 1999T) C90m?, Robert Urich, Patricia Kalember 49. Finders Keepers (USA, 1984) C96m, Michael O'Keefe, Beverly D'Angelo 50. *The First Great Train Robbery (UK, 1978) C111m [The Great Train Robbery], Sean Connery, Donald Sutherland >>>> Flame Over India (1959) -> #108 51. Flashback (USA, 1990) C108m, Dennis Hopper, Kiefer Sutherland 52. Florida Special (USA, 1936) B70m, Jack Oakie, Sally Eilers 53. The Flying Scot (UK, 1957) B68m, Lee Paterson, Kay Callard 54. The Flying Scotsman (UK, 1930) PSB63m, Moore Marriott, Raymond (Ray) Milland 55. Fools' Parade (US, 1971) C98m [Dynamite Man from Glory Jail], James Stewart, George Kennedy 56. From Russia With Love (UK, 1963) C118m, Sean Connery, Daniela Bianchi 57. *The General (USA, 1927) SB74m, Buster Keaton, Marion Mack >>>> Die Gentlemen bitten zur Kasse (1967) -> #67 58. The Ghost Train (UK, 1927) SB82m, Guy Newall, Ilse Bois 59. The Ghost Train (UK, 1931) B72m, Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge 60. The Ghost Train (UK, 1941) B84m, Arthur Askey, Richard Murdoch 61. The Girl in the Train (USA, 1927) SB103m, Mady Christians, Marcella Alboni 62. Grand Central Murder (USA, 1942) B73m [Grand Central Station], Van Heflin, Patricia Dane >>>> Grand Central Station (1942) -> #62 63. The Great Barrier (UK, 1937) B85m, Richard Arlen, Barrie Mackey >>>> The Great British Train Robbery (1967) -> #67 64. The Great K&A Train Robbery (USA, 1926) SB53m, Tom Mix, Dorothy Dwan 65. The Great Locomotive Chase (USA, 1956) C85m [Andrews' Raiders], Fess Parker, Jeffrey Hunter 66. The Great Train Robbery (USA, 1942) B61m, Bob Steele, Claire Carleton 67. The Great Train Robbery (West Germany, 1967) B104m; T version, 240m; [The Great British Train Robbery; Die Gentlemen bitten zur Kasse; Der grosse Postraub], Horst Tappert, Hans Cossy >>>> The Great Train Robbery (1978) -> #50 >>>> Der grosse Postraub (1967) -> #67 68. The Harvey Girls (USA, 1946) C101m, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger 69. Hatter's Castle (UK, 1941) B90m, Deborah Kerr, James Mason >>>> Helltrain (1977) -> #193 70. Heroes are Made (USSR, 1944) B78m, V. Perist-Patrensk 71. Horror Express (Spain/UK, 1972) C88m [Pánico en el Transiberiano; Panic on the Trans-Siberian Express], Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing >>>> The Human Beast (1938) -> #10 72. Human Desire (USA, 1954) B90m, Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame 73. The Hurricane Express (1932) B79m, John Wayne, Shirley Grey >>>> Illusion Travels By Streetcar (1953) -> #74 74. La Ilusión Viaja en Tranvía (Mexico, 1953) B90m [Illusion Travels By Streetcar], Lilia Prada, Carlos Navarro 75. *The Incident (USA, 1967) B107m, Tony Musante, Martin Sheen >>>> Indiscretion of an American Wife (1953) -> #164 76. The Iron Horse (USA, 1924) SB119m, George O'Brien, Madge Bellamy 77. Istanbul Express (USA, 1968T) C94m, Gene Barry, John Saxon 78. It Happened to Jane (USA, 1959) C98m [Twinkle and Shine], Doris Day, Jack Lemmon 79. Joe Hill (Sweden, 1971) C114m, Thommy Berggren, Ania Schmidt >>>> Judas was a Woman (1938) -> #10 >>>> Junalinnut (1998) -> #223 80. Kansas Pacific (USA, 1953) C73m, Sterling Hayden, Eve Miller 81. *The Lady Vanishes (UK, 1938) B97m, Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave 82. The Lady Vanishes (UK, 1979) C99m, Elliott Gould, Cybill Shepherd 83. The Last Journey (UK, 1936) B66m, Hugh Williams, Godfrey Tearle 84. Last Train from Bombay (USA, 1952) B72m, Jon Hall, Christine Larson 85. The Lost Express (USA, 1926) SB70m?, Helen Holmes, Jack Mower 86. The Lost Special (USA, 1930s?) >>>> Love Train for SS (1977) -> #193 87. Ludzie z Pociagu (Poland, 1961) [Night Train] Aleksander Fogiel, Danuta Szaflarska >>>> The Mad Train (1925) -> #116 >>>> Man of Iron (1956) -> #47 88. The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (UK, 1953) C83m [The Paris Express], Claude Rains, Marta Toren 89. The Mercenaries (UK, 1968) [Dark of the Sun] C101m, Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux 90. Midnight Alarm (USA, 1923) SB50m 91. The Midnight Express (USA, 1924) SB70m, Elaine Hammerstein, William Haines 92. Les Milles (France, 1994) [Les Milles: Le Train de la Liberté] C103m, Ticky Holgado, Jean-Pierre Marielle >>>> Les Milles: Le Train de la Liberté (1994) -> #92 93. Minder on the Orient Express (UK, 1985T) George Cole, Honor Blackman 94. Money Train (USA, 1995) C130m?, Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson 95. Mouvements du Desir (Canadian, 1993) [Movements of Desire; Desire in Motion] C94m, Valerie Kaprisky, Jean-Francois Pichette >>>> Movements of Desire (1993) -> #95 96. *Murder on the Orient Express (UK, 1974) C127m, Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall 97. Murder on the Orient Express (USA, 2001T) C100m, Alfred Molina, Meredith Baxter 98. Mystery Junction (UK, 1951) B67m, Sydney Taffler, Barbara Murray 99.? Nairn's Journey (UK, 1974) 100. The Narrow Margin (USA, 1952) B70m, Charles McGraw, Marie Windsor 101. Narrow Margin (USA, 1990) C97m, Gene Hackman, Anne Archer 102. The Navigators (UK/Germany/Spain, 2001) C92m, Dean Andrews, Tom Craig 103. Night Passage (USA, 1957) C90m, James Stewart, Audie Murphy >>>> The Night the Earth Shook (1972T) -> #151 >>>> Night Train (1940) -> #106 >>>> Night Train (1959) -> #126 >>>> Night Train (1961) -> #87 104.? The Night Train to Kathmandu (USA, 1988T) C105m, Pernell Roberts, Eddie Castrodad 105. Night Train to Memphis (USA, 1946) B64m, Roy Acuff, Allan Lane 106. Night Train to Munich (UK, 1940) B93m [Night Train], Rex Harrison, Margaret Lockwood 107. Night Train to Venice (Germany, 1995) C98m, Hugh Grant, Tahnee Welch 108. *North West Frontier (UK, 1959) C130m [Flame Over India], Lauren Bacall, Kenneth More 109. Oh! Mr. Porter (UK, 1937) B85m, Will Hay, Moore Marriott 110. On the Right Track (USA, 1981) C98m, Gary Coleman, Lisa Eilbacher >>>> Once Upon a Time in the West (1969) -> #22 111. One Way to Love (USA, 1945) B83m, Chester Morris, Janis Carter 112. Orient Express (USA, 1934) B71m, Heather Angel, Norman Foster 113. Orphan Train (USA, 1979T) C150m, Jill Eikenberry, Kevin Dobson 114. Ostre Sledovane Vlaky (Czechoslovakia, 1966) B89m [Closely Watched Trains; Closely Observed Trains], Vaclav Neckar, Jitka Bendova 115. Our Hospitality (USA, 1923) SB74m, Buster Keaton, Natalie Talmadge 116. The Overland Limited (USA, 1925) SB71m [The Mad Train], Malcolm McGregor, Olive Borden 117. Overland Pacific (USA, 1954) C73m, Jock Mahoney, Peggie Castle 118. Panic on the 5:22 (USA, 1974T) C78m, Ina Balin, Bernie Casey >>>> Panic on the Trans-Siberian Express (1972) -> #71 >>>> Pánico en el Transiberiano (1972) -> #71 119. Paradise Express (USA, 1936?) B54m, Grant Withers, Dorothy Appleby >>>> The Paris Express (1953) -> #88 120. Peking Express (USA, 1951) B95m, Joseph Cotten, Corinne Calvet >>>> People's Enemy (1938) -> #130 121. The Perils of Pauline (USA, 1947) C96m, Betty Hutton, John Lund 122. Petschki-Lawotschki (USSR, 1973) C102m, Wassilij Schukschin, Lidija Fedossejewa 123. The Phantom Express (USA, 1925) SB77m, David Butler, Ethel Shannon 124. The Phantom Express (USA, 1932) B66m, William Collier Jr., Sally Blane 125. Piccadilly Third Stop (UK, 1960) B90m?, Terence Morgan, John Crawford 126. Pociag (Poland, 1959) B90m [Night Train; Baltic Express], Lucyna Winnicka, Leon Niemczyk 127.? Pociag do Hollywood (Poland, 1987) 97m [Train to Hollywood] Krystyna Feldman, Jerzy Stuhr >>>> The Pointsman (1986) -> #217 128.? Poslednji Kolosek (Yugoslavia, 1956) Zivojin "Zika" Mitrovic (D) 129. Powderkeg (USA, 1970T) C100m, Rod Taylor, Dennis Cole 130. Prison Train (USA, 1938) B84m [People's Enemy], Fred Keating, Linda Winters (Dorothy Comingore) 131. Proryv (USSR, 1988?) C >>>> The Railroad Man (1956) -> #47 132. Rails Into Laramie (USA, 1954) C81m, John Payne, Marie Blanchard 133. *The Railway Children (UK, 1972) C102m, Dinah Sheridan, Bernard Cribbins 134. The Railway Station Man (UK, 1992T) C100m, Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland 135. Rallare! (Sweden, 1947) B109m >>>> Raw Meat (1973) -> #38 136. Robbery (UK, 1967) C114m, Stanley Baker, Joanna Pettet 137. Rock Island Trail (USA, 1949) Forrest Tucker, Bruce Cabot 138. Romance of a Railway (UK, 1935) B58m, Carl Harbard, Donald Wolfit 139. Romance on the Orient Express (USA, 1985T) C100m, Cheryl Ladd, Stuart Wilson 140. Rome Express (UK, 1932) B94m, Conrad Veidt, Esther Ralston 141. La Roue (France, 1921) SB122m [The Wheel], Severin Mars, Ivy Close 142. La Roue (France, 1956) B92m, Jean Servais, Pierre Mordy 143. Runaway! (USA, 1973T) C73m [The Runaway Train], Ben Johnson, Ben Murphy >>>> The Runaway Train (1973T) -> #143 144. Runaway Train (USA, 1985) C111m, Jon Voight, Eric Roberts 145. Santa Fe (USA, 1951) C89m, Randolph Scott, Janis Carter 146. Scalplock (USA, 1966T) C100m, Dale Robertson, Diana Hyland 147. Scherben (Germany, 1921) [Shattered] SB62m, Werner Krauss, Hermine Strassmann-Witt 148. Seven Sinners (UK, 1936) B70m, Constance Cummings, Edmund Lowe 149. Shanghai Express (USA, 1932) B80m, Marlene Dietrich, Anna May Wong >>>> Shattered (1921) -> #147 >>>> Sherlock Holmes in Terror by Night (1946) -> #173 150. Shinkansen Daibakuha (Japan, 1975) C89m [The Bullet Train] 151. Short Walk to Daylight (USA, 1972T) C73m [The Night the Earth Shook]; also revised later version; James Brolin, Don Mitchell 152. The Silent Passenger (UK, 1935), B88m, John Loder, Peter Haddon 153. Silk Express, The (USA, 1933) B61m, Neil Hamilton, Sheila Terry 154. The Silver Streak (USA, 1934) B72m, Sally Blane, Charles Starrett 155. *Silver Streak (USA, 1976) C113m, Gene Wilder, Jill Clayburgh 156. Simplon Tunnel (West Germany, 1958) B91m, Hans Fincher, Brigitte Krause 157. Sleeping Car (UK, 1933) B72m, Ivor Novello, Madeleine Carroll 158. The Sleeping Car (USA, 1990) C87m, David Naughton, Julie Aronson 159. Sleeping Car to Trieste (UK, 1948) B95m, Jean Kent, Albert Lieven 160.? Speedy (USA, 1928) SB86m, Harold Lloyd, Ann Christy 161.? Spione (Germany, 1927) SB130m, Gerda Maurus, Willy Fritsch 162. Spy Train (USA, 1943) B61m, Richard Travis, Catherine Craig >>>> The Station (1990) -> #163 163. La Stazione (Italian, 1990) C92m [The Station], Sergio Rubini, Margherita Buy 164. Stazione Termini (USA/Italy, 1953) B87m [Terminal Station; Indiscretion of an American Wife], Jennifer Jones, Montgomery Clift >>>> Stop Train 349 (1963) -> #207 165. Streamline Express (USA, 1936) B71m, Victor Jory, Evelyn Venables 166. Struggle Will End Tomorrow (Czechoslovakia, 1953) C80m 167. Subway (France, 1985) C104m, Isabelle Adjani, Christopher Lambert 168. Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground (USA, 1997T) C80m, Jerry Stiller, Denis Leary 169. Svampe (Norway, 1990) C79m 170. Tag till Himlen (Sweden/Ecuador, 1988) C85m, Carlos Lopez, Hugo Alvarez 171. *The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (USA, 1974) C104m, Walter Matthau, Robert Shaw 172. The Tall Target (USA, 1951) B78m, Dick Powell, Paula Raymond >>>> Terminal Station (1953) -> #164 173. Terror by Night (USA, 1946) B60m [Sherlock Holmes in Terror by Night], Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce 174. Terror on a Train (UK, 1953) B72m [Time Bomb], Glenn Ford, Anne Vernon 175. Terror Train (Canada, 1980) C97m, Ben Johnson, Jamie Lee Curtis >>>> Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train (1998) -> #29 176. Three for Bedroom C (USA, 1952) C74m, Gloria Swanson, Fred Clark 177. Thunder (USA, 1929) SB90m, Lon Chaney, James Murray 178. A Ticket to Tomahawk (USA, 1950) C90m, Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter >>>> Time Bomb (1953) -> #174 179. *The Titfield Thunderbolt (UK, 1953) C84m, Stanley Holloway, George Relph 180. Tough Guys (USA, 1986) C104m, Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas 181. Tracks (USA, 1976) C90m, Dennis Hopper, Taryn Power >>>> Tragic Railway (1926) -> #13 182. *The Train (USA, 1964) B133m, Burt Lancaster, Paul Scofield 183. Le Train (France, 1973) C101m [The Train], Romy Schneider, Jean-Louis Trintignant >>>> The Train (1973) -> #183 >>>> Train Birds (1998) -> #223 184.? Le Train de 8H47 (France, 1927) SB, Max Lerel, Georges Gauthier >>>> Le Train de 8H47 (1934) -> #185 >>>> Le train de Berlin est arreté (1963) -> #207 185. Le Train de Huit Heures Quarante-Sept (France, 1934) [Le Train de 8H47] B80m, Fernandel, Bach 186. Train 523 (France, 1947) B97m 187.? The Train Goes East (USSR, 1949) 83m, Lydia Dranovskaya, Leonid Gallis >>>> Train in the Snow (1976) -> #209 188. The Train Killer (European, 1983) C 189. Train of Events (UK, 1949) B89m, Valerie Hobson, Jack Warner >>>> Train of Gold (1987) -> #220 190. Train Ride to Hollywood (USA, 1975) C85m, Bloodstone "Charles" Love, Willis Draffen 191. The Train Robbers (USA, 1973) C92m, John Wayne, Ann-Margret 192. Train Robbery Confidential (Brazil, 1962) B102m, Eliezer Gomes, Reginaldo Farias 193. Train spécial pour SS (France/Spain, 1977) [Helltrain; Love Train for SS] C108m, Monica Swinn, Christine Aurel 194. Train to Alcatraz (USA, 1948) B60m, Donald Barry, Janet Martin >>>> Train to Hollywood (1987) -> #127 195. Train to Tombstone (USA, 1950) B56m, Donald Barry, Robert Lowery >>>> Trains'n'Roses (1998) -> #223 196.? Trans-Europe Express (France, 1966) C94m, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Marie-France Pisier 197. Transcontinental Limited (USA, 1926) SB82m, Lionel Barrymore, Madge Bellamy >>>> A Trenul de Aur (1987) -> #220 198. Tube Tales (UK, 1999T) C84m, Frank Harper, Liz Smith 199. Turksib (USSR, 1929) SB88m 200. *Twentieth Century (USA, 1934) B91m, John Barrymore, Carole Lombard >>>> Twinkle and Shine (1959) -> #78 201. Tycoon (USA, 1947) C128m, John Wayne, Laraine Day 202. Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (USA, 1995) C130m?, Steven Seagal, Eric Bogosian 203. Underground (UK, 1928) SB109m, Elissa Landi, Brian Aherne 204. Union Depot (USA, 1932) B75m, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Joan Blondell 205. Union Pacific (USA, 1939) B135m, Barbara Stanwyck, Joel McCrae 206. Union Station (USA, 1950) B80m, William Holden, Nancy Olsen 207. Verspätung in Marienborn (West Germany/France/Italy, 1963) B94m [Stop Train 349; Le train de Berlin est arreté], Jose Ferrer, Sean Flynn 208. Viva Maria! (France-Italy, 1965) C119m, Brigitte Bardot, Jeanne Moreau 209.? Vlak U Snijegu (Yugoslavia, 1976) [Train in the Snow] 210. *Von Ryan's Express (USA, 1965) C117m, Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard 211. Warm Nights on a Slow Moving Train (Australia, 1988) C90m, Wendy Hughes 212. The Warriors (USA, 1979) C90m, Michael Beck, James Remar >>>> The Wheel (1921) -> #141 213. Where the Hell's That Gold?!!? (USA, 1988T) C100m, Willie Nelson, Jack Elam 214.? Whispering Smith (USA, 1916) SB, Helen Holmes, Belle Hutchinson 215.? Whispering Smith (USA, 1926) SB, H.B. Warner, Lillian Rich 216. Whispering Smith (USA, 1948) C88m, Alan Ladd, Brenda Marshall 217. De Wisselwachter (Netherlands, 1986) [The Pointsman] C97m, Jim van der Woude, Stéphanie Excoffier 218. Without Reservations (USA, 1946) B107m, Claudette Colbert, John Wayne 219. The Wrecker (UK, 1929) SB59m, Carlyle Blackwell, Joseph Striker >>>> Zentropa (1991) -> #45 220. Zloty Pociag (Poland/Romania, 1987) 158m [Train of Gold; A Trenul de Aur] Bohdan Poreba (D) 221. Zuckerbaby (West Germany, 1984) C86m, Marianne Saegebrecht, Eisi Gulp 222. Der Zug (Austria/West Germany/Italy, 1989T) C208m, Ben Kingsley, Dominique Sanda 223. Zugvögel... einmal nach Inari (Germany/Finland, 1998) [Junalinnut; Train Birds; Trains'n'Roses] C87m, Joachim Król, Outi Mäenpää DOCUMENTARIES AND INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS D01. America on Rails (USA) PB85m D02. The Big Little Railroad (USA, 1940s) 60m? D03. Branch Ride to Whitby (UK, 1987T) C110m D04. Cab Ride: Harrisburg to Huntingdon (USA, 1988T) C100m D05. Cab Ride: Huntingdon to Johnstown (USA, 1988T) C100m D06. Cajon Pass / Tehachapi Loop (USA, 1986) C120m D07. The Cambrian Coast (UK, 1988T) C80m D08. Chiltern (UK, 1990T) C90m D09. Diesel Train Driver (UK, 1959) B84m D10. Diesels on the Union Pacific (USA, 1984) C120m D11. Driver's Eye View: HST West (UK, 1986T) C85m D12. The East Broad Top (USA) C120m D13. The Far North (UK, 1991T) C104m D14. Farewell to the Deltic (UK, 1983T) C90m D15. Flying Scotsman Diamond Jubilee Celebrations (UK, 1983T) C180m D16. Flying Scotsman and Pendennis Castle in West Australia (UK, 1989T) C76m D17. Freight Train: Volume One (UK, 1990T) C125m D18. Freight Train: Volume Two (UK, 1991T) C125m D19. FT 103, the Diesel that Revolutionized American Railroading (USA, 1990) C115m D20. Great Western Journey (UK, 1985T) C73m D21. Main Line 1988 (UK, 1989T) C120m D22. Maintenance of Electrical Signalling Equipment (UK, 1958) B63m D23. The Man Who Loves Giants (UK, 1990T) C75m D24. Measured Packing (UK, 1953) B67m D25. Mechanical Point Operation (UK, 1954) B68m D26. Mechanical Signal Operation (UK, 1955) B64m D27. Metropolitan and District: a Driver's Eye View (UK, 1990T) C85m D28. One Day in Severn (UK, 1990T) C105m D29. One Way Ticket (UK, 1983T) C80m D30. Railfanning the Silverton (USA, 1985T) C110m D31. The Railfilms Collection (UK, 1989T) C80m D32. The Railfilms Collection: Volume Two (UK, 1989T) C80m D33. Railtour Special (UK, 1990T) C120m D34. Reflections of American Railroads (USA) PB78m D35. Safety Precautions on Electrified Lines (UK, 1964) B71m D36. Saluda Mountain (USA) C75m D37. Santa Fe Odyssey: Volume 1 (USA) C126m D38. Santa Fe Odyssey: Volume 2 (USA) C108m D39. Santa Fe's Seligman Sub and New Mexico Main (USA) C120m D40. Settle to Carlisle Line (UK, 1987T) C150m D41. Severn Valley 1988 (UK, 1989T) C120m D42. Skye Train (UK, 1987T) C90m D43. The Southern Knights (UK, 1983T) C120m D44. Southern Steam in the Sixties (UK, 1989T) C120m D45. St. Louis 1990 Steam Spectacular (USA, 1990T) C120m D46. Steamfest 1990 (USA, 1990T) C120m D47. Steaming to LA (USA, 1989T) C105m D48. Super Cabs and Steam (USA, 1991T) C88m D49. Susquehanna Spectacular (USA, 1990T) C107m D50. Taking Coals to... (UK, 1991T) C120m D51. Tehachapi (USA) C120m D52. Transport in Vision: Diesel Train Driver (UK) C75m D53. Twilight of the Rio Grande Trilogy (USA) C85m D54. Union Pacific Last Steam Giants: Heavy Freight (USA) C80m -- Mark Brader, formerly firstname.lastname@example.org "Heavier-than-air flying machines of SoftQuad Inc., Toronto are impossible" -- Lord Kelvin This article is in the public domain.
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