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Horror Express ()

Pánico en el Transiberiano (original title)
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In 1906, in China, a British anthropologist discovers a frozen prehistoric creature and must transport it to Europe by train.

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Prof. Sir Alexander Saxton (as Cristopher Lee)
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Dr. Wells
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Father Pujardov
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Countess Irina Petrovska
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Inspector Mirov
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Yevtushenko (as Angel del Pozo)
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Natasha (as Helga Line)
Alice Reinheart ...
Miss Jones
José Jaspe ...
Konev - Conductor (as Jose Jaspe)
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Count Maryan Petrovski (as Jorge Rigaud)
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Baggage Man (as Victor Israel)
Faith Clift ...
Miss Bennett - American Passenger
Juan Olaguivel ...
Creature (as Juan Olaguibel)
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First Telegraphist
Peter Beckman ...
Second Telegraphist
Hiroshi Kitatawa ...
Grashinski - the Locksmith
Vicente Roca ...
Station Master
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Russian Guard (as Jose Canalejas)
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Vorkin (as Jose Marco)
Allen Russell ...
Capt. O'Hagan
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Capt. Kazan
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Fernando Villena ...
Third Telegraphist (uncredited)

Directed by

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Eugenio Martín ... (as Gene Martin)

Written by

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Arnaud d'Usseau ... (screenplay)
Julian Zimet ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Bernard Gordon ... producer
Gregorio Sacristán ... associate producer
Benjamin Fisz ... executive producer (uncredited)
Kenneth Rive ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by

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John Cacavas

Cinematography by

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Alejandro Ulloa ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Robert C. Dearberg ... (as Robert Dearberg)

Editorial Department

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Carmen Alonso ... assistant editor
Fernando Megino ... assistant editor
Mari Carmen Taberner ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Ramiro Gómez ... (as Gomez Ramiro)

Set Decoration by

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Ramiro Gómez

Makeup Department

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Rafael Berraquero ... assistant makeup artist
Fernando Florido ... makeup artist
Romana González ... assistant hair stylist
Julián Ruiz ... makeup supervisor
María Nieves Ruiz ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Juan Gracia ... unit production manager
José María Ramos ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Gil Carretero ... assistant director
Vicente Escrivá hijo ... second assistant director (as Vicente Escrivá)

Art Department

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John Chisholm ... props
Juan Gracia ... prop master
Jesús Mateos ... decorator
Rafael Pérez Murcia ... set assistant
Julián Martín ... painter (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Manuel Ferreiro ... boom operator (as Manuel Ferreiro Sierra)
Antonio Illán ... sound supervisor
Luis López Díaz ... sound recordist
Enrique Molinero ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Pablo Pérez ... special effects
Fernando Pérez ... special effects (uncredited)

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Brian Stevens ... optical effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Teo Escamilla ... camera operator (as Teodoro Escamilla)
Simón López ... still photographer (as Simon Lopez)
Luis Peña ... focus puller (as Luis Pena)
Antonio Vega ... assistant camera

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Andrés Fernández ... wardrobe master (as Andres Fernandez)
Carmen Manzano ... wardrobe mistress
Charles Simminger ... wardrobe supervisor (as Charlie Simminger)

Music Department

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John Cacavas ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department

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Isabel Ruiz Capillas ... script supervisor (as Maribel Ruiz-Capilla)

Additional Crew

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Katrina Bayonas ... unit publicist
Benjamin Fisz ... presenter (as Ben Fisz)
Rafael Pérez Murcia ... set assistant (as Rafael Perez Murcia)
Kenneth Rive ... presenter
José Luis Rubio ... production assistant
Félix Acaso ... voice dubbing: Peter Cushing (uncredited)
Víctor Agramunt ... voice dubbing: Ángel del Pozo (uncredited)
Francisco Arenzana ... voice dubbing: José Jaspe/various (uncredited)
Ángel María Baltanás ... voice dubbing: Vicente Roca (uncredited)
Vicente Bañó ... voice dubbing: Telly Savalas (uncredited)
Luis Carrillo ... voice dubbing: Alberto De Mendoza (uncredited)
Maripe Castro ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
María del Puy ... voice dubbing: Silvia Tortosa (uncredited)
Roger Delgado ... voice dubbing: Julio Peña: English version (uncredited)
Ana Díaz Plana ... voice dubbing: Alice Reinhart (uncredited)
Joaquín Escola ... voice dubbing: Jorge Rigaud (uncredited)
Antolín García ... voice dubbing: Julio Peña (uncredited)
Manolo García ... voice dubbing: Russell Allen (uncredited)
Pilar Gentil ... voice dubbing: Faith Clift (uncredited)
Olive Gregg ... voice dubbing: Alice Reinheart: English version (uncredited) / voice dubbing: Helga Liné: English version (uncredited) / voice dubbing: Silvia Tortosa: English version (uncredited)
José Guardiola ... voice dubbing: Christopher Lee (uncredited)
Federico Guillén ... voice dubbing: various (uncredited)
Celia Honrubia ... voice dubbing: Helga Liné (uncredited)
Víctor Ramírez ... voice dubbing: Victor Israel (uncredited)
Robert Rietty ... voice dubbing: Alberto de Mendoza: English version (uncredited)
Pedro Sempson ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

An English anthropologist has discovered a frozen monster in the frozen wastes of Manchuria which he believes may be the Missing Link. He brings the creature back to Europe aboard a trans-Siberian express, but during the trip the monster thaws out and starts to butcher the passengers one by one. Written by Jonathon Dabell

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Also Known As
  • Horror Express (United Kingdom)
  • Zombie Express to Hell (Japan, English title)
  • Panic in the Trans-Siberian Train (World-wide, English title)
  • Horror Express (Ireland, English title)
  • Horror Express (Canada, English title)
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Runtime
  • 91 min
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Budget $300,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Peter Cushing arrived in Spain for filming and immediately told producer Bernard Gordon that he could not do the picture, as he felt it was too soon after his wife's death. Christopher Lee convinced Cushing to stay on by reminiscing with him about the previous movies they'd worked on together, much to the relief of Gordon. See more »
Goofs The opening credits say the movie takes place in Peking, but all the railroad station sets have signs that say "Shanghai" in Chinese. The cast's dialogue also refers to their train trip starting in Shanghai. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Horror Express (1982). See more »
Crazy Credits In the opening credits of the English-language VHS version, Christopher Lee's name is misspelled as "Cristopher". See more »
Quotes Dr. Wells: [entering Saxon and Mirov's compartment with a shotgun] Thought this might come in handy.
Inspector Mirov: [sarcastic] Oh, good idea. Two of you together - that's fine. But what if one of you is the monster?
Dr. Wells: Monster? We're British, you know!
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