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Boxcar Bertha


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  • Boxcar Bertha available on September 11 2017 from Amazon for 14.98
  • Boxcar Bertha available on February 16 2015 from Indigo for 14.95
  • UPC bar code 027616873972 ξ2 registered February 02 2015
  • UPC bar code 027616873972 ξ1 registered February 16 2015
  • UPC bar code 027616873972 ξ3 registered February 03 2015
  • Product category is Video
  • Manufacturered by MGM (Video & DVD)

  • # 2761687397

  • Product weight is 0.25 lbs.
During the Depression, a young farm girl travels by hopping trains. She meets and falls in love with a union organizer. They make their living robbing trains and living on the outskirts of the law.Genre: Feature Film-Action/AdventureRating: RRelease Date: 11-JAN-2005Media Type: DVD Martin Scorsese was just another college film school grad with a student feature under his belt when producer Roger Corman tapped him to direct AIP's entry in the Bonnie and Clyde craze. Barbara Hershey stars as the real-life depression era orphan of the title, a charming, cheeky young woman who tramped the Deep South with a union organizer (David Carradine), a dandified New York con man (Barry Primus), and a blues-playing mechanic (Bernie Casey), turning her motley band into train-robbing outlaws. Scorsese was anxious to show his chops on a real Hollywood feature and does so admirably (if impersonally) with rough-and-ready style. If the rebellious spirit and social message behind the sex and violence is more Corman than Scorsese, the film references ("Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain," Bertha tells a customer while working at a cathouse) and often inventive direction are pure Scorsese. --Sean Axmaker

References
    ^ Boxcar Bertha (DVD, 2002, Widescreen) (revised Dec 2016)
    ^ (2002). Boxcar Bertha, Mgm (video & Dvd). Amazon. (revised Sep 2017)
    ^ Boxcar Bertha Indigo. (revised Feb 2015)

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This Movie Is A Depression Era Movie made by Martin Scorsese in 1972 for a B-Movie Producer. This is a Low Budget Movie Made Extremely Well.
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