The Train (Special Edition) (Blu-ray)

Directed by John Frankenheimer

Release Year: 1964
Running Time: 133
UPC: 7 38329 25181 9
Optional English Subtitles: Yes
Color Type: B&W
Country: U.S.
Language: English
Genres: War, Action
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Cast
Burt Lancaster
Jeanne Moreau
Paul Scofield
Michel Simon
Suzanne Flon
Wolfgang Preiss
Albert Rémy
Jacques Marin

Crew
Directed by John Frankenheimer

From John Frankenheimer, the acclaimed director of The Manchurian Candidate, Seven Days in May, Seconds, Grand Prix and Black Sunday, comes this action-packed WWII masterpiece starring screen legend Burt Lancaster (Run Silent Run Deep, Elmer Gantry, The Professionals). Paris, August 1944… with the Allied army closing in on German commander and art fanatic Colonel Franz Von Waldheim (Paul Scofield, A Man for All Seasons), he decides to steal a vast collection of rare French paintings and loads them onto a train bound for Berlin. But when a beloved French patriot is murdered while trying to sabotage Von Waldheim’s scheme, Labiche (Lancaster), a stalwart member of the Resistance, vows to stop the train at any cost. Calling upon his vast arsenal of skills, Labiche unleashes a torrent of devastation and destruction—loosened rails, shattered tracks and head-on collisions—in an impassioned, suspense-filled quest for justice, retribution and revenge. Featuring a top-notch score by Maurice Jarre (Doctor Zhivago) and a wonderful supporting performance by screen icon Jeanne Moreau (Viva Maria!), The Train was the fourth of five collaborations between filmmaker Frankenheimer and star Lancaster.


Blu-ray Extras Include:

Audio Commentary by John Frankenheimer

NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker/Historian Steve Mitchell and Combat Films: American Realism Author Steven Jay Rubin

Optional Isolated Score by Maurice Jarre

Booklet Essay by Film Historian Julie Kirgo

TRAILERS FROM HELL with Brian Trenchard-Smith

Limited Edition Slipcase

Reversible Art

Theatrical Trailer

Dual-Layered BD50 Disc

Optional English Subtitles-


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