Passed | | Adventure, Western
A romanticized history of the building of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad in the Colorado mountains.
All trivia for this title are spoilers.
Linda Nelson alias Linda Prescott:
People like Vesser consider themselves above the law. If he didn't lose his nerve then it's his conscience that bothers him.
Gen. William J. Palmer: Well, Linda, I say it's a good idea for Captain Vesser to keep out of your way.
Linda Nelson alias Linda Prescott: I'd like to meet him.
When the train slams into the landslide the image is of the train moving along and then suddenly stopping. But this is just the film itself being skipped a few times and then being stopped to display one frame to give the illusion the train had run into something. This is obvious because the movement of the wind blown tree branches and flowing of the river completely freeze when the train comes to a stop.
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