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Lady on a Train(1945)

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  • LADY ON A TRAIN

    • Nick Sedelnik
    • 10/16/14

    I've watched a few Deanna Durbin films on dvd recently and was always impressed by her acting, and most of the films were well done. LADY ON A TRAIN is absolutely atrocious, and even she is well below par in it. The plot is ridiculous, especially Durbin's character being mistaken for Margo Martin, a Manhattan chanteuse. The fact that the singer is the major recipient of the wealthy dead man's estate and is not present for the reading of the will is beyond belief, and since she is certainly not unknown to the public, singing in a high-toned restaurant/club, why would anyone not know what she looks like, and mistake Durbin for her? I was very surprised to see the score was by Miklos Rozsa. That same year he scored SPELLBOUND, a huge hit with his music drawing much favorable attention and subsequent many recordings.

  • Lady on a train

    • Steve jenks
    • 12/19/12

    this is a very underrated film, that I believe 99 per cent of America has never seen. It is very well directed with a sharply written script. Deanna never looked better, and her cast gave her great support. Why can't TCM play it late night, west coast time? Why play better movies only in prime time? Some of your late night fare is terrible. silent or foreign films? Are you kidding me? Play them between 4a.m. And noon.Late night should be reserved for American classic talkies. Please tell your programmer. ...and please play this film late night soon( Arizona time) Let me know please, when you will next air tis film. I would appreciate it. Thank you.

  • Lady On a Train (1945)

    • James Higgins
    • 12/26/09

    This is an excellent mystery, and a nice change of pace for star Deanna Durbin. She shines and has an excellent supporting cast. Nicely filmed, effective cinematography and very well written.

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