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The Earth Dies Screaming, Movie, 1964 IMDB

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stronghold EN

2008-04-29 22:23

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stronghold EN

2008-04-29 22:27

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sps1955 EN

2012-11-06 21:33

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Trains are not the main concern of this site, I realize, but the train crash scene shown above appears to re-use the crash scene from the 1928 silent, _The Wrecker_. A complete set of pre-grouping coaches as seen in the crash shots would have been hard (not to say, impossible) to find in 1965, but the train and its setting look very similar to _The Wrecker_: cf. http://thebioscope.net/2009/11/25/the-wrecker/ . The preceding shots of the train are obviously in a different location, with a similar, but (I think) slightly larger, engine. They are probably also re-used stock footage - the number on the loco buffer beam looks pre-nationalization and the loco itself isn't a type that survived until 1965, I suspect!

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