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Last Train from Bombay

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Last Train from Bombay
Directed byFred F. Sears
Written byRobert Yale Libott
Produced bySam Katzman
StarringJon Hall
Lisa Ferraday
CinematographyHenry Freulich
Edited byRichard Fantl
Production
company
Esskay Pictures
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
August 27, 1952
Running time
72 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Last Train from Bombay is a 1952 American drama film starring Jon Hall, Christine Larson and Lisa Ferraday.[1]

Plot

An American diplomat is accused of murder during an Indian civil war. He gets involved in an attempt to assassinate an Indian leader. Basically a rehash of plot points from The 39 Steps (1935 film) set in India.

Cast

Production

The film was devised to cash in on the then-current dispute between India and Pakistan. Filming started 11 March 1952.[2] Columbia wanted to cast Hall alongside his then wife Frances Langford.[3]

Reception

The Los Angeles Times said "you chew your fingernails."[4]

References

  1. ^ LAST TRAIN FROM BOMBAY Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 19, Iss. 216, (Jan 1, 1952): 144.
  2. ^ 2 COMPANIES PLAN RAILROAD MOVIES: Metro to Film 'The High Iron,' Warners 'Last Train West' -- Katzman Makes Deals By THOMAS M. PRYOR New York Times 14 Feb 1952: 23.
  3. ^ FOX PLANNING FILM ON A WARTIME HERO New York Times 20 Feb 1952: 26.
  4. ^ HAYWARD, HALL SUFFER BUT TRIUMPH AS HEROES Los Angeles Times 9 Aug 1952: 9.

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