13 movies

The Gauntlet

December 21, 1977

Phoenix cop Ben Shockley is well on his way to becoming a derelict when he is assigned to transport a witness named Gus Mally from Vegas. Mally turns out to be a belligerent prostitute with mob ties and incriminating information regarding a high-placed figure.

To End All Wars

September 2, 2001

Based on a real-life story, this drama focuses on a small group of Allied soldiers in Burma who are held captive by the Japanese. Capt. Ernest Gordon (Ciaran McMenamin), Lt. Jim Reardon (Kiefer Sutherland) and Maj. Ian Campbell (Robert Carlyle) are among the military officers kept imprisoned and routinely beaten and deprived of food. While Campbell wants to rebel and attempt an escape, Gordon tries to take a more stoic approach, an attitude that proves to be surprisingly resonant.

Sin Nombre

March 20, 2009

Sayra, a Honduran teen, hungers for a better life. Her chance for one comes when she is reunited with her long-estranged father, who intends to emigrate to Mexico and then enter the United States. Sayra's life collides with a pair of Mexican gangmembers who have boarded the same American-bound train.

La BĂȘte Humaine

December 23, 1938

On board a train bound for the port city of Le Havre, France, railroad stationmaster Roubard murders Grandmorin, who seduced his beautiful young wife, Severine. Engineer Jacques Lantier, stuck in Le Havre while the train is being repaired, also begins a passionate affair with Severine, who tries to entice the handsome stranger to murder her controlling husband. However, Lantier has a secret urge of his own that changes everything.

Man's Castle

November 20, 1933

An unemployed man turns to crime when he gets his girlfriend pregnant.

An unexpected speeding freight train ploughs into the film crew, a camera assistant is struck and killed by the locomotive. The film's director is subsequently charged with criminal trespass and involuntary manslaughter. An Australian crime author starts to dig and an exhaustive three-year investigation ensues, uncovering shocking new evidence of cover up, collusion and corruption.

California Straight Ahead

April 16, 1937

A truck driver races a train to the West Coast in an attempt to determine which method of transportation is faster.

Navajo Trail Raiders

October 15, 1949

Outlaw gangs are plundering the freight lines that bring supplies into Yellow Creek. The only thing that will save the town is the insurance money on the freight, but the outlaws are looking to steal that also. Lane comes to town as the best man for the wedding of Tom and Judy, but it will be up to him to find the outlaw boss.

The Return

July 13, 1966

An-ex convict nicknamed Al Capone, who spent six years in jail, tries to adapt in new environment. Members of the two rival gangs try to engage him in their new ventures, but he wants to make a new start with the girl he loves. At the same time, a young criminal who shares the same nickname replaces him in these actions.

Union Pacific's Bailey Yard

January 1, 2014

Union Pacific's Bailey Yard in North Platte, Nebraska is the largest railroad yard in the world, with constant activity twenty-four hours a day. Join us for a tour of the yard, with informative commentary by our guide, and a visit to the diesel shops. Take in all the action from the Golden Spike Tower, see the East Hump action, and action at the East Departure Yard. We'll also see the constant stream of trains at the west yard throat and evening action at MP294 as trains head into and out of Union Pacific's Bailey Yard.

Join the crew of the Belt Railway of Chicago's "Cookie Job". We ride in the cab and see the operation from the ground too. Learn about the EMD SW1200 switcher from the engineers. We'll also visit he Operation Center and see the dispatcher at work. This fascinating look at hard-core railroad switching, from a local job to yard switching... from "kicking cars" to assembling trains, we get to see it all.

Rolling the Freight

January 1, 1947

Film on the movement of material from the Chicago and Northwestern System.

No matter what your age you'll love watching this impressive and comprehensive story of the development of railroading in America. Rail enthusiasts as well as history buffs, teachers and home schoolers, plus kids of all ages will appreciate this magnificent rail adventure covering live action historic operating railroads, rare photos of drawings and valuable memorabilia, and live action re-enactments. Featuring spectacular cinematography and an inspiring musical score, this Award-Winning four part DVD covers over one-hundred years of railroading evolution.

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