The Last Train from Madrid (1937)





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Set during the terrible Spanish Civil War, this film avoids political commentary in favor of objectively centering on the plight and personal lives of refugees preparing to board a train that will take them far away from the bloody horrors of war-besieged Loyalist-controlled Madrid. Once safely on the train, the film presents snippets from their lives in the same manner as was done on Grand Hotel (1932). Among the refugees are a political fugitive, his flirtatious ex-girl friend, a hooker, a baroness, a world-weary newspaper reporter and the orphan who follows him. In charge of making sure the train safely reaches its destination is a single guard.
Classics , Drama
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Paramount Pictures


Dorothy Lamour
as Carmelita Castillo
Lew Ayres
as Bill Dexter
Gilbert Roland
as Eduardo de Soto
Robert Cummings
as Juan Ramos
Lionel Atwill
as Colonel Vigo
Anthony Quinn
as Captain Ricardo Alvarez
Karen Morley
as Helene Rafitte
Helen Mack
as Lola
Olympe Bradna
as Maria Ferrer
Lee Bowman
as Michael Balk
Evelyn Brent
as Women's Battalion Officer
Jack Perrin
as Guard
Frank Leyva
as Chauffeur
Roland Rego
as Officer
George Lloyd
as Intelligence officer
Sam Appel
as Warden
Ralf Harolde
as Lola's Friend
Louise Carter
as Rosa Delgado
Francis Ford
as Pedro Elias
Otto Hoffman
as Fernando
Henry Brandon
as Announcer
Maurice Cass
as Waiter
Harry Worth
as Gomez
Rollo Lloyd
as Hernandez
Charles Stevens
as Escaped Prisoner
Bess Flowers
as Saleswoman
Harry Woods
as Government man
Alan Ladd
as Soldier
Cecil B. DeMille
as Man Coming from Bungalow
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A tawdry storyline that reads like a train wreck.

Full Review… | March 17, 2004
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