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Looking to find movie title from the late 1930's or 1940's - basic plot: daughter of a wealthy new york city couple who are divorcing is sent to the country with a secretary from the divorce lawyer's office to avoid news reporters - the secretary meets a man from the train who kisses her goodbye on the platform, follows her to the hotel/resort in the country, befriends the daughter and pretends to be her (the secretary's) husband. There is also a "jingle" about the "clickity-clack" noise that the train makes as it rolls down the tracks that features fairly prominently in the movie. I can't remember any of the actors names. Thanks
hitchcock_starlet posted a topic in Information, Please!I have a difficult one for my fellow movie buffs. When I was quite young, I enjoyed a movie that I barely remember, but really would like to rediscover. The things I remember: - blonde British operative - passenger train scene (he was sleeping? or coming to? or bedding a girl? or all three?) - he's activated on the train somehow? - WWII (possibly) or Cold War? - colour film - filmed in the 60's? ish? Yes, that's all I've got. For some reason my adult-self sees David McCallum as the operative, but I don't think it was a Man from U.N.C.L.E. film (unless this strikes a cord with someone who is familiar with the films?). I have such an embarrassingly terrible memory and it kind of makes me sad! Any help would be greatly appreciated. THANK YOU in advance!