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November, 1916. Indiana Jones and Remy Baudouin have managed to get a transfer from the European trenches to the plains of Africa... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones (archive footage)
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin (archive footage)

Lynsey Baxter ... Margaret Trappe (archive footage)

Tom Bell ... Col. Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck (archive footage)
Ronald Fraser ... Donald Parks (archive footage)

Paul Freeman ... Frederick Selous (archive footage)

Freddie Jones ... Birdy (archive footage)
Norman Rodway ... Gen. Jan Christiaan Smuts (archive footage)
Julian Firth ... Richard Meinertzhagen (archive footage)
Mac McDonald ... Big Mac (archive footage)
Abdullah Sohado ... Mr. Colo (archive footage)
Perry Davey ... Zoltan (archive footage)
Graeme Crowther ... Harper (archive footage)
Roger Haller ... Belgian Troop Major (archive footage)
Frederique Lemaire ... Belgian Captain (archive footage)
Bruno Pasquier-Desvignes ... Belgian Lieutenant (archive footage) (as Bruno Pasquiers)
Daniel Kiare ... Native Man (archive footage)
Wilhelm Nelson ... Cook (archive footage)
Jon Freeman ... Telegraph Man 1 (archive footage)
Marco Hillman ... German Sentry (archive footage)
Thomas Schaal ... Huge German Captain (archive footage)
Martin Hub ... Engineer 1 (archive footage)
Pavel Vokoun ... Engineer 2 (archive footage)
Jurgen Mueller ... Gunnery Captain (archive footage)
Tillman Proske ... German 1 (archive footage)
Hans Gruber ... German 2 (archive footage)
Paul Oluncae ... German Askari (archive footage)
Horst Lehmberg ... Sentry (archive footage)
Freddie Lustenberger ... German Captain (archive footage)
Lenny Juma ... Warrior Chief (archive footage)
Jimmy Were ... Moshi Ticket Seller (archive footage)
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Gábor Piroch ... German Soldier (uncredited) (archive footage)
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Directed by
Peter MacDonald 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Frank Darabont 

Produced by
Doris Kirch .... co-producer
George Lucas .... executive producer
Rick McCallum .... producer
 
Original Music by
Joel McNeely 
 
Cinematography by
David Tattersall 
 
Film Editing by
Edgar Burcksen 
 
Casting by
Janet Hirshenson 
Jane Jenkins 
Roger Mussenden 
 
Production Design by
Gavin Bocquet 
 
Art Direction by
Ricky Eyres 
 
Set Decoration by
Ian Giladjian 
 
Costume Design by
Charlotte Holdich 
 
Makeup Department
Pat Hay .... makeup artist
Meinir Jones-Lewis .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Chris Bromley .... second unit manager
David Brown .... executive in charge of production
Pat Harrison .... production manager
Charles Salmon .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Terry Bamber .... second assistant director
Ben Burtt .... second unit director
Robert Quinn .... third assistant director
Gareth Tandy .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
David Bubb .... stand-by prop (as Dave Bubb)
Geoff Kingsley .... construction manager
 
Sound Department
Tom Bellfort .... supervising sound editor
Christian Boatsman .... assistant sound editor
Bob Edwards .... sound re-recording mixer
Jamie Luker .... sound recording engineer
Laird M. Malamed .... assistant sound editor (as Laird Malamed)
Larry Oatfield .... sound effects editor
Susan Sanford .... assistant sound editor
Christopher Scarabosio .... sound editor (as Chris Scarabosio)
Terry Sharratt .... boom operator
Bruce White .... sound mixer
Matthew Wood .... assistant sound editor
Gwendolyn Yates Whittle .... sound editor (as Gwendolyn Y. Whittle)
 
Special Effects by
David Beavis .... special effects (as Dave Beavis)
Gary Cohen .... special effects
Ken Lailey .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Joseph Brattesani .... digital artist
Ronn Brown .... matte painter
Eric Chauvin .... matte painter
Danielle Ciccarelli .... digital artist
Deborah Fine .... research
Greg Gilmore .... main title design (as Gregory Gilmore)
Ed Granlund .... post production supervisor
Orin Green .... digital artist
Kristine Hanna .... post production coordinator
Neil Harris .... telecine
Mark Holmes .... digital artist
Paul Huston .... matte painter
Ali Laventhol .... digital artist
Bill Mather .... matte painter (as Bill Mathers)
Michael Mintz .... telecine
Jimi Simmons .... digital artist
Allison Smith-Murphy .... visual effects supervisor
Yusei Uesugi .... matte painter
 
Stunts
Jordi Casares .... stunt coordinator
Sean McCabe .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Bridges .... focus puller
Trevor Coop .... camera operator
Mike Evans .... focus puller
Chuck Finch .... gaffer
Keith Hamshere .... still photographer
Hugh Miles .... camera operator: wildlife
Peter Myslowski .... key grip
Keegan O'Neill .... clapper loader
Paige Thomas .... clapper loader
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Liz Dann .... assistant costume designer
Kirsten Hecktermann .... wardrobe supervisor
Bob Worth .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Jim Barrett .... colorist
Alan Chimenti .... on-line editor
Gary Coates .... colorist
Dan Feinstein .... on-line editor
Greg Gilmore .... on-line editor (as Gregory Gilmore)
Cheryl Nardi .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Jamie Forester .... music editor
Malcolm Luker .... music scoring mixer
Patrick Mullins .... music editor
 
Other crew
Margaret Adams .... production coordinator
Hillary Barret .... assistant accountant
Jane Bay .... executive assistant: George Lucas
Michael Blanchard .... technical coordinator
Jo Burn .... coordinator: London
Des Carey .... film archivist: Lucasfilm
Jerry Castro .... technical coordinator
Wendy Corman .... accountant
Marie Louise Detrie .... assistant coordinator (as Malou Detrie)
Dr. Duignan .... advisor
Ceri Evans .... script supervisor (as Ceri Evans-Cooper)
Kathryn Farrar .... financiel controller
Deborah Fine .... researcher
Gerald Fitzsimon .... location accountant (as Gerry Fitzsimon)
Robin Hollister .... location manager
Anne Merrifield .... secretary to executive producer
Sophie Milton .... assistant: Rick McCallum
Julia Overton .... coordinator: London
John Sinclair .... technical coordinator
Gilly Warren .... contacts
Dylan Way .... technical coordinator
 

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USA:93 min
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UK:PG (cut) | UK:PG (uncut version)
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Trivia:
When Big Mac calls Indy 'Mr. Train Expert' a snippet of the train music from John Williams's score for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) can be heard.See more »
Quotes:
[Indy un-hitches the train to get away before the rear cars explode]
Selous:Next time, wait for my orders!
Indiana Jones:Sorry.
[the explosives go off, destroying the shells, but the cannon is left intact]
Selous:Blast!
Indiana Jones:We have to go back!
Selous:What?
Indiana Jones:Go back and get it! We can't let the Germans keep that gun!
[he reverses the locomotive]
Selous:Are you just making this up as you go along?
[...]
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Before there was a Temple there was a Phantom Train, 15 June 2009
Author: Shawn Watson (gator_macready@yahoo.com) from The Underverse

Indy and Remy accidentally board the wrong train on their way to their next assignment. Once they realize their mistake they board another wrong train when trying to make their way back. Now hopelessly lost and facing the firing squad as deserters they encounter a group of old soldiers out in the African desert. For the time being their new mission is to take out a mysterious vanishing train with a massive cannon attached to it.

Phantom Train is certainly the fastest moving Young Indy adventure so far and there's never a dull moment in it. The second half is especially good as Indy and Remy kidnap Colonel Lettow-Vorbeck and hoist him away in a hot air balloon. The action scenes in this adventure are, for a change, up to the standard of the movies.

Though I am not sure of Paul Freeman as Frederick Selous (the real life inspiration for H. Rider Haggard's Allan Quatermain character). Why they cast the man who so famously played Indy's sleazy rival in Raiders to play a different person is beyond me. How great would it have been for Beloq to challenge Young Indy? His role as Selous here is bigger than the brief appearance he made in Passion for Life.

I can only hope that the rest will be this entertaining.

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