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Night Train to Murder (1983)

When Eric's niece Kathy becomes one of the heirs to a considerable fortune, her life (and those of the other heirs) is placed in jeopardy by the actions of a mysterious inter-loper.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Morecambe ...
Ernie Wise ...
Margaret Courtenay ...
Dame Flora
Kenneth Haigh ...
Cousin Milton / Cousin Homer
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Mackay
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Cousin Zelda
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Uncle Felix
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Kathy Chalmers
Roger Brierley ...
Chief Supt. Rivers
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Knife Thrower
Leonard Maguire ...
Great Uncle Robert (voice)
Ben Aris ...
Theatre Manager
Tony Boncza ...
Joe
Frank Coda ...
Stage Manager
Big Mike Crane ...
Big Jim
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When Eric's niece Kathy becomes one of the heirs to a considerable fortune, her life (and those of the other heirs) is placed in jeopardy by the actions of a mysterious inter-loper. Written by David McAnally <D.McAnally@uq.net.au>

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Night Train to Murder was the "deal" that took Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise from the BBC to Thames Television, "the channel on the other-side". See more »

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In the 'Little Sir Echo' sequence in the lounge, Dame Flora falls back in her chair dead. Throughout the film her expression changes. See more »

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Eric: Can anyone here play?
Cousin Zelda: I can.
Eric: We realise that, but I was talking about the piano!
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Opening credits show a fake British Board of Film Censors "U certificate" to suggest it's actually a 1946 movie. See more »

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Featured in Morecambe & Wise: In Their Own Words (2008) See more »

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25 May 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As Morecambe and Wise films go as a comedy this isn't there best but still a good film all the same, as a thriller it's a tad lacking and I believe the comedy suffers to try and give it a thrillers edge. The acting isn't totally up-to scratch, by all the cast, the few gags that are in it are liberally spread, and there but if you blink you will miss them. You can tell parts were dubbed, and only true Morecambe and Wise fans will appreciate this film. Seeing that I am not heavily in to thrillers and haven't read any books of which this "send-up of some of the great thriller writers, including Edgar Wallace, Raymond Chandler and Agatha Christie" is based on, so I may have missed some of the gags. Even though it's not the best of the films they made together but worth a watch!


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