Train with medical supplies and small U.S. Army unit is heading through Rocky mountains towards plagued Fort Humboldt. Among its passengers are territory governor, priest, doctor and U.S. Marshal with his prisoner, John Deakin. However, nothing on that train is what it seems.Written by
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The UK cinema version was cut for an 'A' certificate with the removal of a bloody head shooting and a shot of Claremont slashing Fairchild with a sword. Video releases featured the same cut print though DVD versions are fully uncut. See more »
This movie is a real classic. The movie takes its place on a train on its way to Fort Humboldt, and Charles Bronson acts as a man accused of many ill-doings. Suddenly people starts disappearing and the thrill of the movie has begun. The movie is excellently made and one can never figure out the ending. Personally I think that this is one of Charles Bronson's greatest movies and his co-actors also does a very fine job. This is also one of the best movies made out of Alistair Maclean's books - even if it doesn't completly follow the book.
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