The Ghost Train (1931 film)
|The Ghost Train|
|Directed by||Walter Forde|
|Produced by||Michael Balcon
Phil C. Samuel
|Written by||Arnold Ridley (play)
|Edited by||Ian Dalrymple|
|Distributed by||Woolf & Freedman Film Service|
The Ghost Train is a 1931 British comedy thriller film directed by Walter Forde and starring Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge and Ann Todd. It is based on the play The Ghost Train by Arnold Ridley. The film's art direction was by Walter Murton.
Thought to have been lost, parts of the film (5 reels of images with 2 reels of sound) were found and rescued from a very decayed state as a result of a British Film Institute campaign in 1992 to locate missing movies. 
- Jack Hulbert – Teddy Deakin
- Cicely Courtneidge – Miss Bourne
- Ann Todd – Peggy Murdock
- Cyril Raymond – Richard Winthrop
- Allan Jeayes – Dr. Sterling
- Donald Calthrop – Saul Hodgkin
- Angela Baddeley – Julia Price
- Henry Caine – Herbert Price
- Tracy Holmes – Charles Bryant
- Carol Coomb – Elsie Bryant
- "The Ghost Train: Detail View". British Film Institute.
- Jo Botting. "Lost Then Found". British Film Institute Screenonline. Retrieved 22 February 2013.
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