PG | | Action, Comedy, Crime
On a long-distance train trip, a man finds romance but also finds himself in danger of being killed, or at least pushed off the train.
Gene Wilder loved his part because he could get to do scenes which were fitting of Errol Flynn doing action or Cary Grant being romantic.
Yes, sir, where to?
George: It's the train to Chicago. The Silver Streak.
Red Cap: Silver Streak! I'll take your bags sir.
Sweet, the government man, would not have further involved George in Sweet's plan to convict Devereau, as it is totally against FBI, NSA, CIA, etc., policies to directly involve innocent civilians in their operations, especially in life-or-death matters.
When Silver Streak was first shown on TV, it had scenes that were not in the home video version, such as: