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The Ghost Train (1941) was a Comedy - Horror Film directed by Walter Forde and produced by Edward Black.

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The Ghost Train (1941)

By Beatrice on Jun 21, 2014 From Flickers in Time

The Ghost Train Directed by Walter Forde Written by Marriott Edgar, Val Guest, et al 1941/UK Gainsborough Pictures First viewing/Amazon Prime Instant Video I certainly didn’t do justice to this comic British thriller by watching it in pieces over a few nights on the old iPad but I probably c... Read full article

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Tommy Gander's quote, 'It's a far far better thing I do ....', is from 'A Tale of Two Cities' by Charles Dickens.
Hodgkin refers to the bridge crash taking place on the evening of the Diamond Jubilee 43 years earlier: this refers to Queen Victoria's celebration of 60 years of monarchy on June 22nd 1897, thereby dating the film's events to the night of Sunday June 22nd 1941.
Winthrop comments that Gander reminds him of 'something out of East Lynne'. 'East Lynne', a novel written by Ellen Wood and published in 1861, was a best-seller that was made into a successful play, staged many times. (There have been 15 film versions and one television series).
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