The Great Locomotive Chase / Shipwrecked

'The Great Locomotive Chase' - An adventure story based on a true American Civil War incident of a mission behind Confederate lines to steal a Union train and destroy some strategically important bridges. Fess Parker stars in this exciting story filmed once before by Buster Keaton as 'The General'. 'Shipwrecked' - Set sail for high-seas adventure in the classic Disney tradition as a boy named Haakon embarks on an extraordinary voyage! When his ship is sunk in a hurricane, Haakon washes up on a jungle island with his stowaway friend, only to discover his shipmates have been kidnapped by a gang of ruthless pirates. A high-spirited family adventure based on the Norwegian novel 'Haakon Haakonsen'.

Year: 1956
Genre: True Stories, Children's & Family Theatre, Based on...
Country: USA
Director: Francis D Lyon, Nils Gaup
Starring: Jeffrey Hunter, Fess Parker, Kenneth Tobey, Stian Smestad, Gabriel Byrne
Duration: 87 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Childrens/Family Theatre



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