|Directed by||Gilles Grangier|
|Written by||René Cambon (novel)|
|10 November 1965|
Train d'enfer/Operation Double Cross is a 1965 Italian/French/Cinema of Spain international co-production spy film starring Jean Marais. Based on a novel by René Cambon, the film was directed by Gilles Grangier.
In Barcelona, secret agent Antoine Donadieu thwarts the plans of a Nazi scientist.
- Jean Marais as Antoine Donadieu
- Marisa Mell as Frieda
- Howard Vernon as Le 'professeur'
- Gérard Tichy as Matras
- Jean Lara
- Léon Zitrone as himself
In the 2002 film, The Bourne Identity, Marie, in Jason's Paris apartment, wears a Train D'enfer shirt.
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