A disparate group of people meet as passengers on a super-speed train crossing the U.S. Aboard are a seductive confidence man, a stage director masquerading as a steward in hopes of stopping his feisty leading lady from eloping, and a woman trying to stop her husband from running away with his mistress.
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Did You Know?
Film historian John Cocci in his book "Second Feature" quoted actress Esther Ralston about "Streamline Express" in 1989: "Can't remember a thing about this turkey." See more
The view from the driver's cabin shows the (back-projected) countryside passing left to right, as it would from a side window, not front on. See more
Spoofs Twentieth Century