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The Great Train Robbery


Gilbert M. Anderson, Marie Murray, George Barnes, Frank Hanaway View All


Edwin S. Porter (Director), Edwin S. Porter (Writer), Scott Marble (Story) View All

Release: Dec. 7th, 1903
Runtime: 12 minutes
After the train station clerk is assaulted and left bound and gagged, then the departing train and its passengers robbed, a posse goes in hot pursuit of the fleeing bandits.
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When it comes to films that are this old, I'm not sure exactly how much they can be sincerely enjoyed; as a result, I can at least recognise The Great Train Robbery as an important film that should be seen by anyone with an interest in film.


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