Night Train to Munich

1940, Mystery & thriller, 1h 33m

18 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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When the Nazis take Prague, Dr. Bomasch (James Harcourt) escapes, but his daughter, Anna (Margaret Lockwood), is taken to a concentration camp. There she meets Karl (Paul Henreid), a Czech man who helps her escape. She flees with Karl to England where her father is already working for the Royal Navy, guarded by undercover agent Dickie Randall (Rex Harrison). No sooner are they reunited when Karl, actually an SS agent, steals father and daughter back to Germany. It is up to Randall to save them.

Cast & Crew

Rex Harrison
Gus Bennett
Paul Henreid
Karl Marsen
James Harcourt
Axel Bomasch
Felix Aylmer
Dr. John Fredericks
Wyndham Goldie
Charles Dryton
Raymond Huntley
Kampenfeldt
Austin Trevor
Capt. Prada
Keneth Kent
Controller
C.V. France
Admiral Hassinger
Frederick Valk
Gestapo Officer
Morland Graham
Teleferic Attendant
Louis Levy
Original Music
Otto Kanturek
Cinematography
R. E. Dearing
Film Editing
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Critic Reviews for Night Train to Munich

Audience Reviews for Night Train to Munich

  • Oct 15, 2018
    It's cross and doublecross in the days immediately preceding WW2 as a scientist and his pretty daughter become the pawns between two competing countries. Paul Henreid is smoothly excellent as the savvy and smooth rep for the Axis Powers, nearly unbeatable. And Rex Harrison is the guy for the Allies, w/o a prayer to go on. Carol Reed paces the thing like a ride down a ski slope, going faster and faster ... I actually liked this better than the ballyhooed The Lady Vanishes, to which it's often compared. And the veddy English team of Radford and Wayne veddy nearly steal the whole thing outright.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Jan 26, 2013
    Sure its basically a propaganda film, but a thrilling and entertaining one. Rex Harrison's stoic, witty secret agent is a great character.
    Alec B Super Reviewer
  • Nov 17, 2010
    Decent older film. Wasn't quite my type of thing, but really couldn't find fault with it. May be a little dated for some tastes, it was for me, though I could appreciate it.
    Nicki M Super Reviewer
  • Jun 27, 2010
    this is a spin-off of the lady vanishes by the same writers and even includes the humorous english travelers chalders and caldicott, as well as leading lady margaret lockwood albeit as a different character. one of the more successful attempts at pulling off hitchcock style lighthearted adventure. rex harrison is charming and hilarious in one of his first leading roles. the film's title was changed from gestapo for obvious reasons. it was the last fun british film made about the conflict for some time. there's no doubt the plot gets somewhat outlandish. still worth checking out for fans of the original
    Stella D Super Reviewer

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