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When the closure of a railway is announced, employees commandeer a locomotive to get to corporate headquarters and confront the president.

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Everett
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Warren Gerber
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Jean Haney
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Alvin
Judy Benson ...
Lucille
Carroll Dee Bland ...
Chester
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Will Haney
Clay Crosby ...
Gas Station Attendant
Dan DeMott ...
Travers
Trey Fancher ...
Tommy
Henderson Forsythe ...
Thomas Clinton
Armando Garza ...
Gonzalez
Robert Ginnaven ...
State Trooper
Lillian Grimes ...
Lucy
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Leo Pickett
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Les Sullivan
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Charlotte
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Sharon
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Billy Haney
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Hobo
Missy Platt ...
Jeannie
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Rose Pickett
Velva Walthall ...
Bartender
Steve Wilkerson ...
State Trooper
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Sheriff Maxie Howell
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Allison Choate ...
Kid (uncredited)
Jenny Fancher ...
Kid (uncredited)
B.J. Hardin ...
Young Photographer (uncredited)
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Benny Spear (uncredited)
Keith James ...
Toby (uncredited)
Deborah Reece ...
Julie (uncredited)
Debra Stilwell ...
Bag Lady (uncredited)
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Diner Waitress (uncredited)
John Williams ...
Black Guy (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jay Russell

Written by

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Jay Russell ... (written by) &
John Wohlbruck ... (written by)

Produced by

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Lewis M. Allen ... producer (as Lewis Allen)
Peter Newman ... producer
Mary Steenburgen ... executive producer
Walker Stuart ... co-producer

Music by

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Andy Summers

Cinematography by

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George Tirl ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Mercedes Danevic

Editorial Department

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Noreen Evans ... second assistant editor
Greg Fallon ... apprentice editor
James H. Nau ... first assistant editor (as Jim Nau)
Veronica Toole ... apprentice editor

Casting By

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Patricia McCorkle ... (as Pat McCorkle)

Production Design by

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Neil Spisak

Art Direction by

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Vaughan Edwards

Set Decoration by

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Paul Kelly

Costume Design by

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Van Broughton Ramsey ... (as Vanbroughton Ramsey)

Makeup Department

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Stephen G. Bishop ... hair stylist (as Stephen Bishop)
Linda Castillo ... makeup artist
Nancy Sheppard ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Doon Allen ... unit manager
Laura J. Medina ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Janice Cantwell ... third assistant director
Allan Harmon ... assistant director (as Alan Harmon)
Jack Kney ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Jeff Bailey ... assistant dresser
William Benz ... carpenter
Lee Cunningham ... property master
Calvin Gibson ... art department intern
Jeff Hogue ... carpenter
Troye Larmore-Davis ... set dresser
B.J. Moses ... assistant to production designer
Sammy Peters ... artist: paintings in Gerber's office
John Ralbovsky ... scenic artist
Jim Taylor ... assistant props
Jim Wilson ... construction supervisor

Sound Department

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Gary Alper ... sound mixer
Murphy Birdsall ... assistant sound editor
Marko A. Costanzo ... foley artist
Lee Dichter ... re-recording mixer
Kenton Jakub ... assistant sound editor
Paul Kieran ... apprentice sound editor
Bruce Kitzmeyer ... sound editor
Harry Peck Bolles ... sound editor
Maurice Schell ... supervising sound editor
Andrew Schmetterling ... boom operator (as Andy Schmetterling)
Richard Smigielski ... assistant sound editor

Special Effects by

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Judy Benson ... explosives and firearms supervisor
Randy Fife ... special effects coordinator

Stunts

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Tim Butler ... stunt assistant
Randy Fife ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Bill Benware ... second grip
Kevin Boyle ... assistant camera
Ray Caprio ... third grip
Charles Jimenez ... electrician: Chicago (as Charlie Jimenez)
John Johns ... video playback operator
Kris Katrosh ... fourth electric
Sky King ... grip: Chicago
Jeff Levy ... gaffer
Glenn Miller ... third electric
Ron Phillips ... still photographer
John Sheeren ... second assistant camera
Jim Sofranko ... second electric
Stephen Spies ... swing gang supervisor
George Tankersley ... grip: Chicago (as George Tankersely)
Paul Wardwell ... fourth grip
Ralph Watson ... camera operator
Tony Whitman ... key grip
Jim Woerter ... electrician: Chicago

Casting Department

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Sue Knutsen ... casting: Chicago (as Sue Knusten)
Sandy Roberts ... casting: Arkansas
Jory Weitz ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Joy Breckenridge ... seamstress
Bill Edwards ... costume supervisor
Annette Hoffman ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Beth Brady ... location apprentice
Deborah Findley ... location apprentice
Vicky Herman ... location manager
Mike Noland ... assistant location manager
Dan Whitman ... location manager: Chicago

Music Department

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Robert Randles ... music supervisor
Dennis Smith ... music production advisor
Andy Summers ... musician

Transportation Department

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Ananias H. Allen ... driver
Johnny Boggs ... driver
Tom Clifford ... driver
Roger Fraley ... driver
Randy Holland ... driver
Mike Patrick ... teamster captain
Joe Stout ... driver
Jeff Turner ... driver

Other crew

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Marcie Bloom ... publicist
Jerry Borland ... stand-in
Kathleen Bransford ... assistant accountant
Terry Cagle ... stand-in
Julie Chandler ... production consultant: Chicago
Thomas R. Distler ... legal services (as Tom Distler)
Meg Dunn ... intern
Sarah Farmer Earll ... production assistant
Diann Fancher ... dog supplier
Harley Fancher ... dog supplier
Ronald E. Feiner ... legal services (as Ronald Feiner)
Eileen Fitzpatrick ... key production assistant: Chicago
Jana Greenbaum ... production assistant
Larry Haber ... financial services
Cynde Harmon ... production accountant
Beth Jasper ... unit publicist
Dena Katzen ... production assistant
Taneia Lednicky ... additional assistant
Laurie Miller ... production office coordinator: Chicago
Anne Nevin ... production coordinator
Chris Nunnally ... key production assistant
David Perry ... intern
Jackie Pine ... script supervisor
Bill Pruitt ... production assistant
Thomas Rizzo ... financial services
Lois Smith ... publicist
Louise Stephens ... financial services
Susan Stratton ... production assistant
Cindi Studin ... publicist
Rob Sushko ... production assistant
Kim Swink ... assistant to producers
T. Ray Treece ... craft service
Beth Welshans ... production assistant
Kelley Wood ... assistant production coordinator

Thanks

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James H. Atkins ... special thanks
Greg Baird ... special thanks
Walter Baughman ... special thanks: The International Brotherhood of Railroad Engineers
Bill Clinton ... thanks
Frank Daniel ... special thanks
Billy Dee ... special thanks: The International Brotherhood of Railroad Engineers
Marianne Gosser ... special thanks
Robert Gosser ... special thanks (as Dr. Robert Gosser)
Vojtech Jasný ... special thanks (as Vojtech Jasny)
John Johnson ... special thanks
Phyllis Johnston ... special thanks
Ricky Lakin ... special thanks: The International Brotherhood of Railroad Engineers
R. Gerald Lang ... special thanks: Union Pacific Railroad
Debbie Marciniak ... special thanks
Jim Mathews ... special thanks
Joe McCartney ... special thanks: Union Pacific Railroad
Kevin McDonnell ... special thanks
Leonard Newman ... special thanks
Roslyn Newman ... special thanks
Walt Richardson ... special thanks: Union Pacific Railroad
Doyle Rogers ... special thanks
Diane Sennet ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

2 worker from a railway company realize that the company want to close the railroad track where they work. They steal an engine and travel thru America to the centre of the company to protest against the closing. While travelling they have a lot of adventurous moments. Written by Kornel Osvart

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Taglines In the name of progress ... one magnificent step backward. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Mit Volldampf nach Chicago (Germany)
  • Final de trayecto (Spain)
  • Fibra de Heróis (Brazil)
  • Linea interrota (Italy)
  • Holtvágányon (Hungary)
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  • 103 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Then Arkansas governor Bill Clinton receives a "Thanks" credit, as most of this production was shot on location in his home state. Longtime Clinton family friend and fellow Arkansan Mary Steenburgen co-stars. See more »
Goofs In the scene where they run through the police car on the track, first a boom mic is seen on the bottom on the screen, then a dolly track and boom mic again. See more »
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Quotes [in the locomotive's cab speeding towards a cop car]
Leo Pickett: Better slow up, they ain't moving.
Will Haney: Oh they'll move.
Leo Pickett: [looking around] There any selt belts in these things?
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