Double bill of British film dramas from the 1930s.
The Last Journey (1935) Film train driver Bob Holt (Julien Mitchell) is distraught with his up coming compulsory retirement and also believes his wife is having an affair with his fireman. The day arrives for his final journey and aboard his train are various passengers with their own problems. Bob suffers a mental breakdown and drives the train at high speed ignoring all signals. Great train sequences, a must for train fans.
Return of a Stranger (1937) A young chemist (Griffith Jones) elopes with the bosses daughter, (Rosalyn Boulter) a murder is committed in their hotel and the chemist is suspected of the murder. He flees the country and years later, now a successful scientist returns to try and clear his name. Lots of train sequences and a good old fashioned melodrama make for an entertaining film. An interesting part played by Ellis Jeffries as the old Lady Wall, her only film role.