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The Train Blu-Ray

The Train Blu-Ray

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Directed by John Frankenheimer at the peak of his powers, The Train was made during a tremendous run of top-class pictures that also included Birdman of Alcatraz, Seven Days in May and The Manchurian Candidate, with Seconds soon to follow.

France, 1944. Art lover and fanatical Nazi Colonel Von Waldheim has plundered a Paris museum for its masterpieces, including works by Van Gogh, Picasso and Cezanne. His intention is to have them transported by rail to Berlin, but one man stands in his way. Aware that the Allied forces are fast approaching the French capital, Resistance fighter Labiche need only stall the train for a few more days, but he ll have to use all of his wits and skills to do so.

Featuring two Oscar-winners in its lead roles Burt Lancaster as Labiche and Paul Scofield as Von Waldheim and Jeanne Moreau and Michel Simon in support, The Train combines star power with spectacular action sequences to produce a classic war movie.
SKU: 5027035012711


Actors: Burt Lancaster, Paul Scofield, Jeanne Moreau

Director: John Frankenheimer

Special Features: Audio commentary by director John Frankenheimer, Burt Lancaster in the Sixties - newly filmed interview with Lancaster's biographer Kate Buford tracing the actor's career throughout the decade, French television news reports on the making of The Train - containing interviews with the locals of Acquigny, Archive interview with Michel Simon, Footage of The Train's gala screening in Marseilles, Theatrical trailer

Release Year: 1964


More Information

Format: Blu-Ray

Label: Arrow Video

Region Coding: Region B

Language: English

Subtitles: English SDH

Case Type: Blu-Ray Case


  • Action
  • Thriller
  • War

Technical Details

Run Time: 133 mins

Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1

Video Format: PAL

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