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Train d'enfer (1965)

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Antoine Donadieu
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Frieda
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Matras
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Jean Lara ...
Pelletier
André Cagnard ...
Gouferolles
Léon Zitrone ...
Himself
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Technicien de la police
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Varosky
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Colonel
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Hamlet
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Carlos Hurtado
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Technicien de la police
Rico Lopez
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10 November 1965 (France)  »

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Operation Double Cross  »

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In his memoirs director Gilles Grangier said that while filming in Spain on a closed rail track, the crew suddenly saw a train coming and they had no time to take off the camera which was bumped like some other equipment. See more »

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A good scene in a tunnel...
23 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

...and nothing more,or so little.Jean Marais was ditching the moribund cloak and dagger genre and tackling the spy thriller.Here he teams with Austrian Marisa Mell for sub-James Bond adventures.A good scene shows a fight in a tunnel -which might or might not have influenced "Mission:Impossible" (the first one)-.When I met Gilles Grangier shortly before he died ,he remembered how this sequence was hard to film.This work disappeared from the screens a long time ago,unlike most of Grangier's movies.


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