The Last Train From Madrid

Directed by James P. Hogan

Release: 1937
Runtime: 77
Country: U.S.
Language: English

Screen goddess Dorothy Lamour (My Favorite Brunette) headlines The Last Train from Madrid, a captivating film that profiles the lives of refugees fleeing the horrors of the Spanish Civil War. Protected by only a single guard while escaping from Madrid on a train, a group of weary individuals from different social classes share snippets of life and love before and during the war illustrating the profound impact it has had on their lives. Directed by James P. Hogan (The Mad Ghoul) and co-starring Lew Ayres (Donovan’s Brain), Gilbert Roland (She Done Him Wrong), Anthony Quinn (The Guns of Navarone), Robert Cummings (The Accused), Lionel Atwill (The Secret of the Blue Room), Karen Morley (Scarface) and Helen Mack (Son of Kong), The Last Train from Madrid beautifully interweaves the dramatic stories of seven strangers with a common mission. Featuring early uncredited appearances by Alan Ladd (Shane) and Charles Middleton (Ming of Flash Gordon).

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Technical Info

  • Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
  • Color: B&W
  • Formats: Blu-ray