Thriller: Season 4, Episode 3

Murder on the Midnight Express (7 Jan. 1975)
"Night Is the Time for Killing" (original title)

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Helen Marlow
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Hilary Vance
James Smilie ...
Bob Malory (as Jim Smilie)
Jeffry Wickham ...
Parker (as Jeffrey Wickham)
Milos Kirek ...
Ivan Malov
Robert MacLeod ...
Henry Marlow
Aimée Delamain ...
Penelope
Alister Williamson ...
Barkley
Edward Burnham ...
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Jacki Piper ...
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Duncan Preston ...
Groom
Bill Horsley ...
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12 September 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode of Thriller was very good, At first you may think it's another spy thriller but once the train is boarded it turns into a great thriller. They don't make them like this anymore. A spy is waiting at Euston station to meet someone he thinks he can trust but does not realise that the authorised on the other side know of his plane to inform on them. James Smiley plays a gent who is just travelling alone minding his own business. When he is faced with an out of control woman (Judy Geeson) her father has already told people on board the train that she is unstable so when she starts seeing dead bodies all over the train everyone thinks she is crazy including Bob (Jim Smiley) There is a very strange married couple on board and it soon turns in to a race to find out who is dead before the train arrives at it's destination. Great viewing


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