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Union Station
Directed by:
Rudolph Maté

Directed by Rudolph Maté, "Union Station" (also known as "Ultima preda, L'") is a Film-noir/Drama film, released in the USA on October 04 of 1950 , starring William Holden, Nancy Olson, Barry Fitzgerald, Lyle Bettger, Jan Sterling and Allene Roberts.

Who directed "Union Station":

Union Station was directed by Rudolph Maté, a cinematographer, director, and producer.

Before making Union Station, Rudolph Maté had directed D.O.A., released in 1950, The Dark Past (1948), It Had to Be You (1947). Since, he directed Branded, released in 1950, The Prince Who Was a Thief (1951), When Worlds Collide (1951), The Mississippi Gambler (1953), Second Chance (1953), and The Black Shield of Falworth (1954).

When was "Union Station" released:

Union Station was initially released on Wednesday, October 04, 1950, in the United States. Also released on this day was State Secret (dir. Sidney Gilliat). This was sixty-nine (69) years ago.

It has been released on Friday, December 07, 1951 in France; Friday, October 12, 1951 in Germany and on Friday, February 22, 1952 in Japan.

Who is at the casting of "Union Station":

At the casting of Union Station we find William Holden, previously seen in Sunset Blvd. (1950) and Father Is a Bachelor (1950); Nancy Olson (Sunset Blvd. (1950), Canadian Pacific (1949)); Barry Fitzgerald (The Naked City (1948), Variety Girl (1947)) [ more... ]

  • Jan Sterling, Charles Dayton and Jean Ruth also appeared in The Mating Season, released in 1951.
  • Paul Lees and Jan Sterling, Ralph Sanford can also be seen in Appointment with Danger, released in 1951.
  • Jean Ruth and Lyle Bettger, Charles Dayton also appeared in No Man of Her Own, released in 1950.
  • William Holden, Nancy Olson and Paul Lees also appeared in Force of Arms, released in 1951.
  • Paul Lees and William Holden, Nancy Olson have all also be seen in Submarine Command, released in 1951.
  • Harry Hayden and William Holden, Barry Fitzgerald also appeared together in Variety Girl, released in 1947.
  • Charles Dayton and William Holden, Nancy Olson can be seen in Sunset Blvd., released in 1950.

What is the Storyline of "Union Station":

In this police thriller that partly takes place in Chicago Union Station, a railway policeman, William Calhoun, is approached at work by an apprehensive passenger named Joyce Willecombe (Nancy Olson) who believes that two travelers aboard her train may have been up to no good.

Joyce is the secretary to a rich man named Henry Murchison (Herbert Hayes), whose blind daughter, Lorna, has been kidnapped and held for ransom. The railway station where Calhoun works has been chosen as the location to pay off [...]

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