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|The Great Train Robbery|
|Directed by||Joseph Kane|
|Written by||Olive Cooper|
|Produced by||Joseph Kane|
|Edited by||Lester Orleback|
|Music by||Ross DiMaggio|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
The Great Train Robbery is a 1941 American low-budget B-western film. It was directed by Joseph Kane and starred Bob Steele and Claire Carleton. It was remade in 1949 as The Last Bandit and again in 1952 as South Pacific Trail.
Railroad sleuth Tom Logan (Bob Steele) is on a mission to stop the unlawfulness of his criminal brother, Duke Logan (Milburn Stone). Duke's gang have stolen a train filled with gold and have taken the passengers hostage as well. Amongst the many passengers is nightclub entertainer Kay Stevens (Claire Carlton) who is looking to be rescued.
- Bob Steele as Tom Logan
- Claire Carleton as Kay Stevens
- Milburn Stone as Duke Logan
- Helen MacKellar as Mrs. Logan
- Si Jenks as Whiskers
- Monte Blue as The Super
- Hal Taliaferro as Pierce
- Jay Novello as Santos
- Dick Wessel as Gorman
- Lew Kelly as Dad Halliday
- Guy Usher as Barnsdale
- Yakima Canutt as Klefner
- George Guhl as Jones
- Don Miller (1973). "B" Movies: An Informal Survey of the American Low-budget Film, 1933–1945. Curtis Books. p. 115.
- Georges Sadoul; Peter Morris (1972). Dictionary of Films. University of California Press. p. 138. ISBN 9780520021525.
- Herb Fagen (2003). The Encyclopedia of Westerns. New York: Facts On File, p. 190. ISBN 978-0816044566.
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