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While it would be the subject of a number of films following its conclusion, not many films about the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) were made during the conflict. Only two movies were turned out by Hollywood and William Dieterle’s Blockade (1938) was the only one to pick a side of the conflict (the Republicans of Spain’s Popular Front government vs. General Francisco Franco’s Nationalists) to depict. The first to make it to theaters was a Grand Hotel styled drama under the helm of James P. Hogan – a veteran from the Silent Era – The Last Train from Madrid. Previously released on MOD DVD by Universal, Kino has licensed the film for its Blu-ray debut.



The Last Train from Madrid (1937)



Released: 11 Jun 1937
Rated: Passed
Runtime: 85 min




Director: James P. Hogan
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama



Cast: Dorothy Lamour, Lew Ayres, Gilbert Roland...

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