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I wonder why Glenn Ford went to England to make this film. I do know it recorded a major loss and wasn't well received in theaters but I certainly don't know why, as it is tautly written and suspenseful throughout. It also has an excellent supporting cast but there is no doubt that Glenn Ford is the star, as he's in nearly every scene. Great train film too! I liked this film very much and it is vastly better than most.
An exciting 1953 B/W movie to watch
- maureen v.v.
I have seen this movie twice. I enjoyed this British movie both times. A good suspense film to watch.
Terror On A Train was one of the best thillers I have ever seen.Real nerve wracking suspense until the very end.Great acting by Glenn Ford.Sure hope this movie comes out on DVD
Terror On a Train (1953)
- James Higgins
Very fast paced and suspenseful, short and to the point. Good performance by Glenn Ford. Well photographed. Good story keeps the viewer very interested. Well written.
Terror on a train
- Joe Pierre
I understand you do not have the above movie. I Like movies involving trains. Either Railroad or Subway.