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The Lone Wolf Takes A Chance 1941

  Columbia Pictures Yet another case of sleeplessness (maybe I should mention this to my doctor), led me to discover The Lone Wolf Takes A Chance (1941) in the wee, small hours of the morning. This film is the 5th … Continue reading

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Twentieth Century 1934

Columbia Pictures The film’s namesake refers to New York Central Railroad’s crack express train, The 20th Century Limited. Unfortunately, most of the train “action” occurs onboard (thus on a set) in a Pullman sleeper and adjacent lounge car. On the positive … Continue reading

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Human Desire 1954

Columbia Pictures I came across this train-laced movie on a local TV broadcast quite by accident while channel-surfing. The film stars Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame and Broderick Crawford in a steamy love triangle that spirals down into jealousy, blackmail and … Continue reading

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Santa Fe 1951

Columbia Pictures Randolph Scott stars in this 1951 Columbia Pictures western about the construction of the Santa Fe Railway from Atchison, Kansas through Topeka (naturally) to Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Filmed in Technicolor, this flick features California and Arizona shooting … Continue reading

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