The Train (1964)

Risking Lives for Art

Miss Villard (Suzanne Flon) tries to convince Labiche (Burt Lancaster) to risk the lives of his men to save the French paintings.

Directed by John Frankenheimer.

Released in 1964 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Rebel
  • action: Smoke
  • action: Read
  • action: Argue
  • editors-choice: Patriotic Scenes
  • editors-choice: Inspirational Speeches
  • editors-choice: Monologues
  • primary-genre: Classics
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Classic War Stories
  • secondary-genre: Classics
  • secondary-genre: Classic Action & Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Military Action & Adventure
  • mood: Inspiring
  • mood: Understated
  • prop: Cigarette
  • prop: Book
  • setting: France
  • theme: Patriotism
  • theme: Heroism
  • theme: Life and Death
  • theme: Pride
  • theme: Deception
  • theme: War
  • actor: Albert Rémy
  • actor: Suzanne Flon
  • actor: Burt Lancaster
  • actor: Charles Millot
  • director: John Frankenheimer
  • producer: Jules Bricken
  • producer: Bernard Farrel
  • cinematographer: Walter Wottitz
  • cinematographer: Jean Tournier
  • composer: Maurice Jarre
  • editor: Gabriel Rongier
  • editor: David Bretherton
  • production-designer: Willy Holt
  • role-name: Didont
  • role-name: Labiche
  • role-name: Pesquet
  • role-name: Mlle Villard
  • screenwriter: Frank Davis
  • screenwriter: Franklin Coen
  • screenwriter: Albert Husson
  • screenwriter: Rose Valland
  • screenwriter: Howard Dimsdale
  • screenwriter: Nedrick Young
  • screenwriter: Walter Bernstein
  • year: 1964
  • studio: MGM