Train Of Events

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Release date: May 24, 1952

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The British Train of Events explores the consequences of a railroad accident from four different viewpoints. Jack Warner plays the engine driver, whose daughter's boy friend is responsible for the crash. Peter Finch plays a homicidal actor whose "perfect murder" of his wife is thwarted by the wreck. Lonely orphan girl Joan Dowling is killed while trying to help her fellow passenger, duplicitous German POW Laurence Payne, escape. The fourth story is the humorous tale of a woman scorned (Valerie Hobson), who survives the crash with a renewed determination to get even with her composer-conductor lover (John Clements).

Cast

Jack Warner
as Jim Hardcastle
John Clements
as Raymond Hillary
Gladys Henson
as Mrs. Hardcastle
Susan Shaw
as Doris Hardcastle
Patric Doonan
as Ron Stacey
Miles Malleson
as Timekeeper
Philip Dale
as Hardcastle's Fireman
Leslie Phillips
as Stacey's Fireman
Olga Lindo
as Mrs. Bailey
John Gregson
as Malcolm
Gwen Cherrill
as Charmian
Jacqueline Byrne
as TV Announcer
Doris Yorke
as Mrs. Hunt
Michael Hordern
as Plainclothesman
Charles Morgan
as Plainclothesman
Guy Verney
as Producer
Mark Dignam
as Bolingbroke
Wylie Watson
as [The Actor]
Arthur Hambling
as [The Actor]
Percy Walsh
as District Superintendent
Will Ambro
as Lancashire Railwayman
Neal Arden
as The Composer
Thelma Grigg
as The Harpist
Denis Webb
as Clerk at Shipping Office
Johnnie Schofield
as First Aid Man at Crash Site
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