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Night Train to Munich (1940)

Night Train to Munich
7.1 Rating
(18 ratings)
7.3 IMDB rating

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Starring (View all)
Margaret Lockwood

Margaret Lockwood

Anna Bomasch
Rex Harrison

Rex Harrison

Gus Bennett
Paul Henreid

Paul Henreid

Karl Marsen
Basil Radford

Basil Radford

Charters
Naunton Wayne

Naunton Wayne

Caldicott
James Harcourt

James Harcourt

Axel Bomasch
Felix Aylmer

Felix Aylmer

Dr. Fredericks
Wyndham Goldie

Wyndham Goldie

Dryton


Written by (View all)
Gordon Wellesley

Gordon Wellesley



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3 years, 11 months ago at May 21 22:42
The Third Man's Carol Reed is at the helm for this Britsh WWII propaganda film. As it was filmed during the war, most of the Nazi's are played by Brits which is at times hilarious (even Hitler has a trace of an English accent!), but often confusing. Rex Harrison is a British spy and the beautiful Margaret Lockwood is the daughter of a Czech scientist, trying to escape the Nazi's and reach Switzerl... read more
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Release date: 29 December 1940
World War II (3), Thriller (2), War (2), 1940 (2), Submarine (1), Nazi (1), Kidnapping (1), WWII (1), Car Chase (1), 1940s (1), Nazis (1), Concentration Camp (1), 90 Min (1)
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"The Third Man's Carol Reed is at the helm for this Britsh WWII propaganda film. As it was filmed during the war, most of the Nazi's are played by Brits which is at times hilarious (even Hitler has a trace of an English accent!), but often confusing. Rex Harrison is a British spy and the beautiful Margaret Lockwood is the daughter of a Czech scientist, trying to escape the Nazi's and reach Switzerland under various disguises. However, the real enjoyment in this film comes from the pairing of Basi"


Citizen Caine posted a review 3 years, 11 months ago

“The Third Man's Carol Reed is at the helm for this Britsh WWII propaganda film. As it was filmed during the war, most of the Nazi's are played by Brits which is at times hilarious (even Hitler has a trace of an English accent!), but often confusing. Rex Harrison is a British spy and the beautiful Margaret Lockwood is the daughter of a Czech scientist, trying to escape the Nazi's and reach Switzerland under various disguises. However, the real enjoyment in this film comes from the pairing of Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne as two bumbling Englishmen, caught on the train to Munich. In one hilarious, quintessentially British scene, the two men argue with the Nazis about giving up their seats, when the Nazis have reserved them. The rather flustered pair start reading the declaration from His M” read more