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This warm and whimsical British satire is like a window on a bygone era. The first colour comedy from the famous Ealing Studios, it finds residents of a remote English village up in arms when they're told their train line is being shut down. In an attempt to save the service, the local vicar and squire devise a scheme for the villagers to run it themselves. The trouble is, the area bus company supports the closure and decides to sabotage their efforts - prompting the community to resurrect a vintage engine from the local museum.
The tale of an innocent railway apprentice in Czechoslovakia during World War II, we follow his various adventures as tries to become a man.
14+ years 93 mins
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