Feature Drama | 1920 | Silent | B/W
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A drama clip of a train wrecker
The Locomotive 'Shooting Star' is packed with weekend holiday crowd destined for disaster.
Roger and Mary in the office. Zero enters. Mary asks him to listen to the Gramophone speaker. He doesn't like what he hears and takes out his gun and shoots the equipment. He runs out of the office. Chased by Roger and Mary he jumps on a passing train but soon realises he is on the 'Shooting Star' destined for head on collision. Holding Roger and passengers to gunpoint in a carriage Mary who has been hanging on to the outside of the train climbs through a window and from behind grabs for the gun. With only 60 seconds to collision Roger tries to break through the door to the driver. Zero falls out of a side door onto the track.
The two trains are halted a yard apart. Mary and Roger stand between them and kiss.
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