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Walt Disney's The Great Locomotive Chase

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starring
Fess Parker
Jeffrey Hunter
During the American Civil War, Union spy James J. Andrews recruits a group of volunteers to carry out a dangerous and intricate mission. His plan is to cripple the Confederacy's military transport system by the simple expedient of stealing a locomotive and destroying track.
The true story of Andrews' Raiders was first filmed by Buster Keaton in his classic comedy The General and this colourful Disney version is one of the best adventure movies to come out of the studio.
Written and produced by LAWRENCE EDWARD WATKINS
Directed by FRANCIS D. LYON Films: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Fess Parker
Unknown: Jeffrey Hunter
Unknown: James J. Andrews
Unknown: Buster Keaton
Produced By: Lawrence Edward Watkins
Directed By: Francis D. Lyon
James J Andrews: Fess Parker
William A Fuller: Jeffrey Hunter
William Campbell: Jeff York
William Pittenger: John Lupton
Robert Buffum: Eddie Firestone
Anthony Murphy: Kenneth Tobey
Jacob Parrott: Claude Jarman Jr
William Bensinger: Harry Carey Jr

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Walt Disney's The Great Locomotive Chase

BBC One London, 7 May 1984 18.05






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