Based on Jules Verne's classic about 19th century aristocrat Phileas Fogg's bet that he can circumnavigate the earth in a mere 80 days - and vows to leave that night, taking only some necessary cash in a carpet bag and his newly-hired manservant. Written by
Did You Know?
The couplings between cars shown on the train in the American west were the buffer-and-chain type, which are used in Europe and were never used in the United States. In 1872, when the story takes place, link and pin couplings were used in the US. See more
It is chicken, monsieur. And by the looks of it, it must have had a long and difficult life. And quite an unpleasant death.