1965 - ENGLISH - MOVIE
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. The Train is a 1965 American English-language Thriller War movie featuring Burt Lancaster, Paul Scofield, Jeanne Moreau, Michel Simon, Suzanne Flon, Wolfgang Preiss and Wolfgang Sauer. The Train was Produced by Jules Bricken. The Train is written by Franklin Coen, Frank Davis, Rose Valland, Walter Bernstein, Howard Dimsdale, Albert Husson and Nedrick Young and it is directed by John Frankenheimer and Arthur Penn. United Artists acquired the distribution rights for the film. The Train was released on 24th September 1964 and takes a screen time of 133 minutes. and it received positive reviews from critics when it was released. The Train was made on a budget of $5 million and it was a hit at box office gross of $6 million. Cinematography was done by Jean Tournier and Walter Wottitz and editing by David Bretherton. The music was composed by Maurice Jarre.