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The Narrow Margin

The Narrow Margin(1952)

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  • The film was shot in 13 days and the only part actually filmed on board a train was a few seconds of the arrival in Los Angeles.
  • In preference to removing various walls from the sets, director Richard Fleischer decided to make extensive use of a handheld camera that could be brought into rooms; this was one of the first films to do so. To save money the train sets were rigidly fixed to the floor, and the camera was moved to simulate the train rocking.

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