Monday, 27 July 2009

Lady on a Train (1945)

This slightly obscure forties film stars Deanna Durbin as a young woman who witnesses a murder - from her seat on a train. Naturally proving what's happened may be a little tricky, and with Mr Haskell (Edward Everett Horton, who earlier apeared in The Lost Horizon) trying to keep her out of trouble, it's a good job that she's both inventive and persistent. Lady on a Train is a comedy thriller that has a good plot and delivers a lot of laughs along the way. A bit difficult to get hold of but if you can it's well worth watching.

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Elizabeth Harris said...

Great review! Keep up the good work!

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