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Streamline Express

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Streamline Express
Streamline Express lobby card.jpg
Lobby card
Directed byLeonard Fields
Written byWellyn Totman (story)
Leonard Fields (screenplay) &
David Silverstein (screenplay) &
Olive Cooper (screenplay)
Produced byNat Levine (producer)
George Yohalem (supervising producer)
StarringSee below
CinematographyJack A. Marta
Ernest Miller
Edited byJoseph H. Lewis
Distributed byMascot Pictures
Release date
  • September 15, 1935 (1935-09-15)
Running time
71 minutes
CountryUnited States

Streamline Express is a 1935 American comedy drama film directed by Leonard Fields, starring Victor Jory, Evelyn Venable]] and Esther Ralston, distributed by Mascot Pictures.[1] The film is an adaptation of Twentieth Century (film)Twentieth Century]] released the previous year, in which Ralph Forbes appears in a similar role.[2]


Broadway star Patricia Wallace (Evelyn Venable) quits her Broadway show to run off with wealthy Fred Arnold (Ralph Forbes). Her director Jimmy Hart (Victor Jory) follows them aboard a super-speed monorail, the Streamline Express. Meanwhile, also aboard is John Bradley (Clay Clement) and his mistress Elaine Vincent (Esther Ralston), but Bradley's wife Mary (Erin O'Brien-Moore) ends up on the train as well.

When Elaine gives her crooked pal Gilbert Landon (Sidney Blackmer) a diamond pendant given her by Bradley, in order to keep Landon quiet about her past, she pretends that the pendant was stolen, in hopes of hiding the truth from Bradley. But Landon manages to throw suspicion on Jimmy Hart, who is masquerading as a steward. It takes confessions by several people to resolve everyone's dilemmas.



  1. ^ Tushka, John (1999). The Vanishing Legion: A History of Mascot Pictures, 1927-1935. Jefferson, North Carolina, USA: McFarland & Company Publishers. p. 116-117. ISBN 9780786407491.
  2. ^ Cocchi, Jon (1991). Second Feature: The Best of the B's. Secaucus, New Jersey, USA: Carol Publishing Group. p. 58-59. ISBN 9780806511863.

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