Old No. 587: The Great Train Robbery Trailer

Old No. 587: The Great Train Robbery Trailer (2000)

"An old engineer...his dog Sparky...and all the kids in the neighborhood." 16 August 2000 78 mins

A kid falls in love with a train that is about to be scrapped, and helps steal the train away to a museum to be preserved.

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Ran Burns

as Russell Stockman

Nick Abeel

as Alex Thomas Phillips

Ariadne Baker-Dunn

as Molly Phillips

Roger Schmelzer

as Jim Phillips

Amy Anderson

as Debby Phillips

Morgan McMillan

as Wendy Shaffer


Dan T. Hall


Dan T. Hall

Dan T. Hall Producer

Dan T. Hall

Dan T. Hall Director of Photography

Jim Timperman

Jim Timperman Director of Photography

International Titles

587: The Great Train Robbery Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 16 August 2000

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