Ein Zug für zwei Halunken (1973)

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Ein Zug für zwei Halunken: Directed by Robert Aldrich. With Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Keith Carradine, Charles Tyner. In 1933, during the Depression, Shack the brutal conductor of the number 19 train has a personal vendetta against the best train hopping hobo tramp in the Northwest, A No. 1.

“This has to be one of the finest photographed movies ever made. When you view this movie, you feel as though you are right there taking part in it. I have never felt this way about any other movie. Joseph Biroc was the best! The action in this movie is very real. Not like todays u0026quot;special effectsu0026quot; that viewers crave. What happens here seems very real and un staged. When you have a good story to tell, you donu0026#39;t need gimmicks and u0026quot;special effectsu0026quot;. Of course having Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnine as the 2 main stars helps. What actors alive today could match those two legends? They didnu0026#39;t need stunt doubles and stand ins! These were u0026quot;real menu0026quot;.”


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