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Strangers on a Train, Movie, 1951 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • L'inconnu du Nord-Express (France)

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sixcyl FR

2005-10-20 07:49

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there is matter for specialists of american cars, dont you think?

MrCadillac SX

2005-10-20 08:28

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Was the entire movie filmed in the dark ???

sixcyl FR

2005-10-20 19:25

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yes it was, even the english version on side B of the DVD I have...do you think a coloured version had beeing made later?

sixcyl FR

2005-10-20 20:32

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many cabs in this pics...the principle characters using often taxis in Washington, NYC and a place between I suppose calles "Metcalf"...
Do you what colours they could be?...yellow/red?...

Bebert FR

2006-01-11 13:52

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Il semble qu'il y ait eu deux versions de ce film. Une "british" et une "Hollywood", toutes deux d'Alfred. Laquelle des deux as-tu visionnÚ, et est-il intÚressant de voir/analyser l'autre version ?

vilero ES

2008-11-12 12:17

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vilero ES

2008-11-12 12:18

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Hitchcock cameo: minute 10. Boarding a train with a double bass as Farley Granger gets off in his hometown.
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aolju ES

2016-04-10 13:08

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sixcyl wrote yes it was, even the english version on side B of the DVD I have...do you think a coloured version had beeing made later?

Are there any major differences between both versions?

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