Dir: William Lee Wilder
Starring: George Sanders and Jean Kent
An impoverished aristocrat kills women for their money
This thriller is set in Paris but of course everybody speaks English and it features a number of British railway scenes! One depicts a murder victim being pushed to her death above a railway yard at night, and although some open wagons are visible the steam locomotive is largely indiscernible. It is, however, a rather vintage 0-6-0 tender loco. There is another night scene later on which is somewhat clearer. It depicts an ex-LMS Class 4F 0-6-0 at an unknown station, the 4F is almost certainly No.44451, and it has been suggested that it could be Bricket Wood station. The opening title card of the film gives its name as Bluebeards Ten Honeymoons (without an apostrophe and with the number ten spelled out) which was apparently its original working title.