Ernest Borgnine stars in this thriller about a man who hops from freight train to freight train in search of his parents' killer. After his rich parents are slain by a homicidal hobo known as Phantom 13, Preston West is suspected of the murders. In order to clear his name and track down the real killer, Preston pursues Phantom 13, who escaped by hopping a freight train. With time running out, Preston reluctantly seeks help from his cranky unclehas anyone ever heard of or seen this movie?
michael_m_rubino wrote:How about:
JFK Kevin Costner Dallas, Texas
LI Loco wrote:After a fight scene, Silent Bob throws Loki and Bartleby off the train. He then utters one of his only lines in the movie to a bewildered fellow traveler: "No ticket."He had one more line, he said "thank you" at the end when he was told "you might get into heaven if you'd clean up your language a little"...
efin98 wrote:Flipping through channels I happend to catch the last half hour of the gangster movie "Carlito's Way".Bigger goof -- they were in GCT to grab an Amtrak bound for Florida.
The last 15-20 minutes of the movie involve a chase through the subway(I think it was the 6 or 7 IRT Lines) and had excellant shots of both the subway station, shuttle platform, "red bird" car interiors, Grand Central Terminal's concourse, and a set of Amfleets and ACMUs. And a minor goof since I think the movie is set in the 70s, the Amfleet cars have Type 3 paint jobss but other than that everything looks to be authentic.