A train heads for a tunnel. In one car, a restless man smokes, and a woman is reading on the seat opposite him. In the darkness of the tunnel, he rises, crosses over to her seat and the two share a willing embrace and kiss. The train steams out of the tunnel toward us and past us.
Did You Know?
This Bamforth film is an exact remake of G. A. Smith's "A Kiss in the Tunnel." The latter film used a Phantom Ride to imply a train going into a tunnel, but in this remake we actually see the train head into the tunnel and come out the other side. Another notable change is the couple shown here does not act as though nothing has happened; but rather they continue their romance until the shot of the train coming out. In Smith's film the couple shown quickly seat themselves before we come back out of the tunnel. See more
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