In divided Germany just after WWII, people from many different countries are passengers on a train. When one of the passengers, a German working for peace, is kidnapped by people who don't want his ideas to work, the others must set aside their differences and work together to find him in time for an important conference.
Ken Yousten <email@example.com>
Trapped on a Train of Terror!
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Did You Know?
The picture's crew was the first to receive permission to film in Berlin's Soviet zone. At the time of this production, Berlin was divided into four separate sectors, which were controlled by the English, French, Soviet (now Russian), and American armed forces. See more
When Dr. Bernhardt is being shown smoking a cigarette in the reflection of a passing train, the image is the opposite of how it should appear in a reflection. See more
[Looking at two Germans in the train
I wonder how they'll handle it.
Truthfully, I hope. Otherwise I'm wasting my valuable time. I'm in re-education. Seems pretty hopeless at times. I mean, what is more important than giving them the light to see?
Giving them something to eat?
I do sleight of hand. We're supposed to make 1,500 calories look like an eight-course meal - and prevent things like plague and starvation.
During the opening credits, a title card states that the photography of Berlin and Frankfurt is used with the cooperation of the occupying armies. See more
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