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The Late Film: The Last Train


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Continuing a short season of continental thrillers starring Jean-Louis Trintignant Romy Schneider
As the Germans invade France in 1940, radio repairman Julien flees with his pregnant wife and child and boards a train for the coast. On the danger-fraught journey, he meets a beautiful German Jewess on the run from the Nazis. They embark on a passionate love affair - but what will they do when they get off the train?
Screenplay by PIERRE GRANIER-DEFERRE and PASCAL jardine
Based on a novel by GEORGES SIMENON Produced by RAYMOND DANON
Directed by PIERRE GRANIER-DEFERRE A French film dubbed into English
(First showing on British television) Films: page 12


Unknown: Jean-Louis Trintignant
Unknown: Romy Schneider
Unknown: Pierre Granier-Deferre
Unknown: Pascal Jardine
Novel By: Georges Simenon
Produced By: Raymond Danon
Directed By: Pierre Granier-Deferre
Anna: Romy Schneider
Julien: Jean-Louis Trintignant
Monique: Nike Arrighi
: Julie Regine
Dealer: Franco Mazzieri
Maurice: Maurice Biraud
Stranger: Roger Ibanez
Man with moustache: Serge Marquand
François: Paul Amiot
René: Jean Lescot

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The Late Film: The Last Train

BBC One London, 29 July 1983 22.50

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