The Ghost Train (1941)

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High jinks and chills ensue when a group of people become stranded at an isolated station and a legendary phantom train approaches.


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  • Arthur Askey and Sidney Monckton in The Ghost Train (1941)
  • Arthur Askey and Peter Murray-Hill in The Ghost Train (1941)
  • Betty Jardine and Stuart Latham in The Ghost Train (1941)
  • The Ghost Train (1941)
  • Arthur Askey, Kathleen Harrison, and Richard Murdoch in The Ghost Train (1941)
  • Arthur Askey, Kathleen Harrison, and Richard Murdoch in The Ghost Train (1941)

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23 February 2004 | peachymead-1
watch it as a old friend
The ghost train along with 'Oh Mr Porter' which is also based on the story & play,IT is like an old friend if you feel down watch it over and over each time you see something different. would have loved to spent the night on that station with the cast. IT could easy be re-made today as it was from a mid thirties version. This is also a great old film, with much the same treatment.. I am off to watch it again as have been talking about it, I must go on it again.Catch the ghost train when ever you can Peachy Mead East Anglia's film king

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