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Berlin Express (1-May-1948)

Director: Jacques Tourneur

Writers: Harold Medford; Curt Siodmak

Music by: Frederick Hollander

Producer: Bert Granet

Keywords: Thriller, Film Noir

Train passengers from an eclectic mix of European countries travel Paris to Berlin via Frankfurt, teaming together to solve the apparent assassination of pacifist Dr. Bernhardt. Parts of this thriller are first-rate, other parts just not up to the task. The heavy-handed narration is bothersome. Excellent shots of bombed-out Berlin and Frankfurt, with permission of the Allied Occupation.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Coote
Actor
4-Feb-1909 26-Nov-1982 My Fair Lady
Fritz Kortner
Actor
12-May-1892 22-Jul-1970 Pandora's Box
Charles Korvin
Actor
21-Nov-1907 18-Jun-1998 Interpol Calling
Paul Lukas
Actor
26-May-1887 15-Aug-1971 Watch on the Rhine
Merle Oberon
Actor
19-Feb-1911 23-Nov-1979 Wuthering Heights
Robert Ryan
Actor
11-Nov-1909 11-Jul-1973 Billy Budd

CAST

Merle Oberon   ...   Lucienne
Robert Ryan   ...   Robert Lindley
Charles Korvin   ...   Perrot
Paul Lukas   ...   Dr. Bernhardt
with
Robert Coote   ...   Sterling
Reinhold Schunzel   ...   Walther
Roman Toporow   ...   Lt. Maxim
Peter von Zerneck   ...   Hans Schmidt
Otto Waldis   ...   Kessler
Fritz Kortner   ...   Franzen
Michael Harvey   ...   Sgt. Barnes
Richard Powers   ...   Major

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