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The Train (1964)

  • Action Drama Thriller War
  • As the Allied forces approach Paris in August 1944, German Colonel Von Waldheim is desperate to take all of France's greatest paintings to Germany. He manages to secure a train to transport the valuable art works even as the chaos of retreat descends upon them. The French resistance however wants to stop them from stealing their national treasures but have received orders from London that they are not to be destroyed. The station master, Labiche, is tasked with scheduling the train and making it all happen smoothly but he is also part of a dwindling group of resistance fighters tasked with preventing the theft. He and others stage an elaborate ruse to keep the train from ever leaving French territory.

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    Release: The Train (1964) BRRip Oldies
    Title in Brazil: O Trem
    Uploader: labok
    Size: 2,07 GB
    Genre: War
    Linguage: English
    Runtime: 133 mins
    Format: MP4
    Resolução: 1792 x 1080
    Video Codec: H265
    Subtittles: Pt Br legendas.tv
    Audio Codec: AAC
    Taxa de Biltrate: Kbps
    IMDB Rating: 7,8 (awaiting 15.135 users)
    IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0059825/
    Directed By: John Frankenheimer


    Burt Lancaster ... Paul Labiche
    Paul Scofield ... Colonel Franz Von Waldheim
    Jeanne Moreau ... Christine
    Suzanne Flon ... Mlle. Villard
    Michel Simon ... Papa Boule
    Wolfgang Preiss ... Major Herren
    Albert Rémy ... Didont
    Charles Millot ... Pesquet
    Richard Münch ... General Von Lubitz
    Jacques Marin ... Jacques - Rive-Reine Station Master
    Paul Bonifas ... Spinet - Resistance Leader


    In 1944, a German colonel loads a train with French art treasures to send to Germany. The Resistance must stop it without damaging the cargo.

    Sinopse Pt Br:

    Na medida em que as tropas aliadas se aproximam de Paris, o Coronel Von waldheim (PAUL SCOFIELD) se apressa em roubar uma grande coleção de rarissimas obras de arte. Em meio ao caos da retirada, ele consegue um trem para transportar a valiosa coleção até Berlim.Entretanto a resistência francesa pretende impedi-lo de fugir com as obras que pertencem ao tesouro nacional. Labiche (BURT LANCASTER) o chefe da estação e corajoso membro da resistencia é incumbido de, a todo custo, deter o trem. Assim, inicia uma verdadeira onda de devastação e destruição desdetrilhos soltos, caminhos destruidos e choques, tudo para impedir que o trem deixe o territorio francês

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    **_Burt Lancaster as a French Resistance fighter trying to stop a German train with stolen art_** Paris is on the verge of liberation from Nazi occupation in 1944, so a German colonel (Paul Scofield) loads a train with a priceless cargo of French paintings to take to Germany, which Resistance fighters led by engineer Labiche (Burt Lancaster) are intent on stopping. Jeanne Moreau is on hand as a hotel owner. “The Train” (1964) is a B&W war picture with the unconventional tone of contemporaneous WW2 films “The Young Lions” (1958), “36 Hours” (1964) and “Morituri” (1965). The story starts slow, but becomes increasingly compelling with lots of non-CGI carnage involving tracks and trains. The last act is creative and leaves you with the question: How many lives is art worth? Lovers of steam locomotives should eat this up. The film runs 2 hours, 12 minutes and was shot in France. GRADE: B

    Great war suspense-thriller from John Frankenheimer. Heard of this one but never got around to checking it out, just excellent from beginning to end, not to mention wonderful use of sound design along with Maurice Jarre's score. Performances all around were great, especially Paul Scofield. Surprising to see it didn't receive more Oscar love outside of the writing. **4.5/5**



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