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Under Night Streets

UK, 1958 (MIFF 1959, Programme 4)

Director: Ralph Keene

After the last train at night and before the first train in the morning, 800 people are hard at work-making London's Underground fit for travellers. and taking in their stride a broken rail discovered al 3.30 a.m

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