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The wealthy owner of a railroad is about to be reunited with his daughter, who was kidnapped in her childhood. However, a mysterious figure is attempting to frighten the girl away by having sinister and threatening messages flashed at her... See more »

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Ruth Carson
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Sheridan Scott
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John Blake
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Norah O'Neill
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Roxy
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Luke Carson
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Kirk Allen
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Alden Murray
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Ezra Carson
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Porter
Charles Murphy ...
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The Conductor
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Clarence G. Badger

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Alice D.G. Miller ... (adaptation)
 
Edward E. Rose ... (play "The Rear Car")
 
Carey Wilson ... (adaptation)

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Rudolph J. Bergquist ... (as Rudolph Berquist)

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Sophie Wachner ... (uncredited)

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Clarence Sinclair Bull ... still photographer

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Plot Summary

The wealthy owner of a railroad is about to be reunited with his daughter, who was kidnapped in her childhood. However, a mysterious figure is attempting to frighten the girl away by having sinister and threatening messages flashed at her via red lights. A detective whose specialty is preventing crimes before they occur sets out to track down the villain, which in turns gets him mixed up in a murder aboard a speeding train. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Taglines Where did the Red lights come from? Who sent the Continental Limited to almost certain disaster in the Grand Canyon? (Print Ad- Bakersfield Californian, ((Bakersfield, Calif.)) 20 September 1923) See more »
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Also Known As
  • D-Zug des Grauens (Germany)
  • Den røde Radio (Norway)
  • Den røde Radio (Denmark)
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  • 70 min
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Movie Connections Version of Murder in the Private Car (1934). See more »

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