Berlin Express

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  • TV-PG
Board the Berlin Express and speed into danger, mystery and intrigue! Four postwar heroes - a veritable United Nations from Britain, France, Russia and the U.S. - battle a cadre of diehard Nazis to rescue an anti-fascist German statesman in this tense... read more
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Board the Berlin Express and speed into danger, mystery and intrigue! Four postwar heroes - a veritable United Nations from Britain, France, Russia and the U.S. - battle a cadre of diehard Nazis to rescue an anti-fascist German statesman in this tense espionage thriller starring Robert Ryan, Merle Oberon and Paul Lukas. The setting is as riveting as the action: Berlin Express was the first American movie filmed in post-World War II Germany. Director Jacques Tourneur (Cat People, Out of the Past) and cinematographer Lucien Ballard (The Wild Bunch) capture the ruin of a bombed and devastated nation that just a few years earlier threatened to rule the world.

Original Release

05/01/1948

US Release

05/01/1948

Cast

Merle Oberon Lucienne
Paul Lukas Dr. Bernhardt
Robert Coote Sterling
Robert Ryan Robert Lindley
Reinhold Schünzel Walther
Charles Korvin Perrot
Roman Toporow Lt. Maxim Kiroshilov / Maxim Kiroshilov
Peter von Zerneck Hans Schmidt
Otto Waldis Kessler
Fritz Kortner Franzen
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Jacques Tourneur

Writers

Harold Medford, Curt Siodmak

Cast

Merle Oberon Lucienne
Paul Lukas Dr. Bernhardt
Robert Coote Sterling
Robert Ryan Robert Lindley
Reinhold Schünzel Walther
Charles Korvin Perrot
Roman Toporow Lt. Maxim Kiroshilov / Maxim Kiroshilov
Peter von Zerneck Hans Schmidt
Otto Waldis Kessler
Fritz Kortner Franzen
Michael Harvey Sgt. Barnes
Tom Keene Major
Charles McGraw USFET Col. Johns
Paul Stewart Narrator
Taylor Allen Fräulein
Will Allister Richard
Frank Alten German Steward
Arthur Berkeley Nightclub Patron
Robert Boon German Youth #2
Ernst Brengt Artist

Producers

Editors

Sherman Todd

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