The Great Train Robbery (1941)

Director
Joseph Kane

Main cast
Bob Steele; Claire Carleton; Milburn Stone; Helen MacKellar; Si Jenks

Genres
Crime, Drama

Description
Tom Logan is a railroad detective who takes it upon himself to halt the activities of his crooked brother Duke. Duke and his henchman have stolen an entire gold train, including the passengers......


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