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On the run from the police and a female roller derby team, scam artist Michael Rangeloff steals a coffin and boards a train, pretending to be a soldier bringing home a dead war buddy. The train ride turns into far more than Michael bargains for.Written by
On an episode of "The $25,000 Pyramid", John Schuck says that the movie he is in is entitled THE NEXT-TO-LAST TRAIN RIDE, which is what the story upon which it is based is entitled. The movie had not been released at the time, so the title had not yet been changed. See more »
I wouldn't have deserted if you had kept me out of the draft.
What draft? YOU ENLISTED!
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I first saw this at a Drive-In. It made me laugh so hard that I fell to the floor. As a 6'3" driver, slipping beneath the steering wheel, this was no minor accomplishmen (nor was disentangling myself and escaping so i could sit up again). I felt the movie delivered one pleasant surprise after another, presenting unpredictable and hilarious situations. The pace seemed to start deliberately slow so that it could steadily build. What some considered uneven pacing stuck me as a gift that allowed me to occasionally catch my breath. Now, if it would only be released on DVD!
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