The Wrecker (1929)

07/16/1929 (GB) 1h 14m
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Overview

The Wrecker is a British film that tells the story of a crook who organises train crashes to discredit the railway, in favour of a rival bus company. The stunts in this film were groundbreaking for 1920s British cinema A scene wich has been discribed as "the most spectacular rail crash in cinema history" was recorded by 22 cameras.

  1. Géza von Bolváry

    Director

  2. Edgar Wallace

    Novel

  3. Angus MacPhail

    Screenplay

  4. Benno Vigny

    Writer

  5. Reginald Berkeley

    Writer

  6. Arnold Ridley

    Writer

  7. Bernard Merivale

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Carlyle Blackwell

    Carlyle Blackwell

    Ambrose Barney

  2. Benita Hume

    Benita Hume

    Mary Shelton

  3. Joseph Striker

    Roger Doyle

  4. Winter Hall

    Winter Hall

    Sir Gerald Bartlett

  5. Gordon Harker

    Gordon Harker

    William

  6. Pauline Johnson

    Beryl Matchley

  7. Leonard Thompson

    Rameses Ratchett

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Status Released

Original Language English

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