The Train (1964)

Train Painting

Labiche (Burt Lancaster) stands guard as the resistance fighters paint the train white to denote the cars containing artwork.

Directed by John Frankenheimer.

Released in 1964 by MGM.

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  • primary-genre: Classics
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  • mood: Exciting
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  • prop: Train
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  • theme: Heroism
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  • actor: Albert Rémy
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  • director: John Frankenheimer
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  • year: 1964
  • studio: MGM