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Revision as of 23:35, 14 December 2013

Night Train to Munich poster.

Movie (1940)
Margaret Lockwood (Anna Bomasch)
Rex Harrison (Dickie Randall)
Paul Henreid (Capt. Karl Marsen)
Basil Radford (Charters)
Naunton Wayne (Caldicott)
James Harcourt (Dr. Axel Bomasch)

When Czech scientist Dr. Bomasch and his daughter Anna are kidnapped from England by the Gestapo just prior to the outbreak of World War II, British agent Dickie Randall, undercover as singer Gus Bennett, must pose as a German officer in order to free them.

Unidentified Aircraft

German bombers which drop propaganda leaflets over Prague.

Night train3.jpg

Lockheed 14 Super Electra

Bomasch escapes from the Nazis aboard this plane.
This aircraft was in service from september 1938 to 11 august 1939 with British Airways, flying the first non-stop London-Stockholm flight.

Reg. G-AFGN, Lockheed 14WF62, c/n 1467.
Reg. G-AFGN, Lockheed 14WF62, c/n 1467.

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