FILM : Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The
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Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The 1952 Claude Rains, Marius Goring, Märta Torén, Ferdy Mayne, Herbert Lom Noord-Holland (Netherlands), Paris (France)
Director : Harold French   Production Company : Josef Shaftel Productions Inc., Raymond Stross Productions  Region : FRANCE,REST OF THE WORLD

A senior clerk discovers that the owner of the company has stripped the business clean before being killed and makes off to Paris with the remaining money.

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Also known as 'The Paris Express' (US Title)

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Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - A Nederlandse Spoorwegen Mat '36 electric multiple unit approaches the level crossing where Kees Popinga waits with other cyclists as they commute into Groningen.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb001. A Nederlandse Spoorwegen Mat '36 electric multiple unit approaches the level crossing where Kees Popinga waits with other cyclists as they commute into Groningen.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - The train speeds over the crossing.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb002. The train speeds over the crossing.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - The barriers begin to rise as Kees Popinga (Claude Rains) turns to watch the last car of the train disappear.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb003. The barriers begin to rise as Kees Popinga (Claude Rains) turns to watch the last car of the train disappear.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - The Crossing Keeper (Jean Deveaux) walks over to Mr. Popinga.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb004. The Crossing Keeper (Jean Deveaux) walks over to Mr. Popinga.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - During a brief conversation, Kees comments that the train is three minutes late.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb005. During a brief conversation, Kees comments that the train is three minutes late.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - Kees continues on his way to the factory of Julius de Koster & Zoon where he is employed as Chief Clerk.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb006. Kees continues on his way to the factory of Julius de Koster & Zoon where he is employed as Chief Clerk.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - As the titles roll, establishing shots of the provincial Dutch town are seen. The junction of Reguliersgracht and Herengracht in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb007. As the titles roll, establishing shots of the provincial Dutch town are seen. The junction of Reguliersgracht and Herengracht in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - Continuing to battle through the cast and crew, Kees nears the factory.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb008. Continuing to battle through the cast and crew, Kees nears the factory.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - That evening, Kees sets out from home to visit the chess club that he belongs to.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb009. That evening, Kees sets out from home to visit the chess club that he belongs to.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The - At the station, Kees spots Julius de Koster saying farewell to an unknown woman.
Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The

mwwtgb010. At the station, Kees spots Julius de Koster saying farewell to an unknown woman.

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