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Night Train to Mundo Fine (1966)

Escaped convict Griffin and his friends ran all the way to Hell...with a penny, and a broken cigarette.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Coleman Francis ...
Griffin / Narrator
Anthony Cardoza ...
Landis / Fidel Castro (as Tony Cardoza)
Harold Saunders ...
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John Morrison ...
Joe
George Prince ...
Tom Hanson ...
Bailey Chastain (as Tom Hansen)
Lanell Cado ...
Ruby Chastain
Charles F. Harter ...
Cliff Weismeyer
Julian Baker ...
Sheriff
Elaine Gifford ...
Cliff Weismeyer's Daughter
Frederic Downs ...
Tinsley (as Fredric Downs)
James H. Russell ...
(as Jamie Russell)
Jim Stout
Avilio Silva ...
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A trio of convicts joins up for an assault on a Cuban stronghold. After they are captured, they plan to escape before they face the firing squad. They eventually make it back to the American Southwest, where they go from town to town, robbing and killing. Written by Dave Smith <dave@stat.colostate.edu>

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The Cessna 170 that Cherokee Jack flies at the beginning of the movie is still airworthy. It's registered in Anchorage, Alaska. See more »

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At one point you can see the men running across the screen, get about half-way across and then are back on the left side running again. See more »

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Landis: You Cherokee Jack?
Cherokee Jack: Yah. Ah'm Cherokee Jack.
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Featured in In the Mind of the Damned (2014) See more »

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Night Train to Mundo Finé
Written by Ray Gregory
Music played by Ray Gregory and the Melmen
Sung by John Carradine
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So where's Cuba?
13 August 1999 | by (L.A. CA) – See all my reviews

As far as I can tell, Coleman Francis and two other losers, escape from the cops hook up with "Cherokee" Jack and hightail it to some para military camp that's training for a invasion of Cuba. After their failed attempt to capture Cuba from a very fake Castro, our heroic trio steals a plane, make it back to the states and then throw some old guy down a well while his blind piano playing daughter goes about her music. Then they start searching for tungsten and decide to go legit.(?) This movie makes absolutely no sense. Coleman Francis cuts and cuts and those cuts hurt. There are also scenes of Coleman strangling other characters and sitting in his cell in a very provacative manner. Watch this with Mike, Tom and Crow and try to keep a straight face when John Carradine sings the haunting title track, you'll shake for weeks to come.


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