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A work of art in itself and a true Art Deco icon, the legendary Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is one of the world’s most famous luxury trains. Step aboard and experience truly elegant travel, wrapped in timeless romance. Adventure and style are all intimately bound in journeys that crisscross Europe, rolling through sublime scenery to some of the continent’s most alluring cities. Delightful vintage cabins, gastronomic cuisine and lively onboard entertainment make a journey on this luxury train one of the world’s finest travel experiences.The golden age of travel may have been in the Roaring Twenties, but the art of journeying in style is still alive and well today. That sense of wonder can still be felt with the variety of journeys offered aboard the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express. UK to F...
An introduction to this iconic train. Kipple DVDs at: www.smileorangefilms.co.uk/film_kipple.html Work in Progress - Proposed Feature Length Film. Please send Eagle and Feather any Orient Express themed shows, films or rushes for inclusion in the project.
Poirot investigates the murder of a shady American businessman stabbed in his compartment on the Orient Express when it is blocked by a blizzard in Croatia. Director: Philip Martin Writers: Agatha Christie (novel), Stewart Harcourt (screenplay) Stars: David Suchet, Tristan Shepherd, Sam Crane IDMb: 7.8/10 Air Date: 11 July 2010 Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller Produced in UK.
It’s "Murder on the Orient Express"… it premiered for the first time on stage at the McCarter Theatre in Princteon. State of the Arts goes behind-the-scenes to see how this new production of Agatha Christie's classic is being brought to life, in an adaptation by Ken Ludwig. His play "Lend Me a Tenor" won two Tony Awards. Ken discusses the challenges, and we see the creative work in action, from the rehearsal hall with director Emily Mann, to the scene shop where the sets by Tony Award-winning designer Beowulf Boritt are being brought to life. Photograph:Allan Corduner, Evan Zes, and Alexandra Silber in rehearsals for "Murder on the Orient Express." Photo by Matt Pilsner
Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) – In the age of the electric car and 3D printing, who needs steam trains? Bloomberg's Anna Edwards reports on the Venice Simplon Orient Express, which still offers the "golden age of steam." (Source: Bloomberg) --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
Check out exclusive images for "Murder on the Orient Express" and get the scoop on Kenneth Branagh, Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz, Daisy Ridley, Josh Gad, Dame Judie Dench and the rest of the cast's favorite game to play during filming -- and the surprise guests who showed up. Subscribe to ►► http://po.st/SubscribeEW Watch interviews with your favorite celebrities from the world of fame. What was it like for John Green to work with Cara Delevigne, what does Jennifer Lawrence think of Amy Schumer, and much more: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJrTdKdDFMcOEDXcopc1nG6r6P7rHcF5T Find out about the latest news updates on all things entertainment. The biggest show launches, cast reveals, Hollywood celebrity gossip and the most popular movie announcements all in one place: https://www.you...
Train lovers agree on one thing: the Orient Express is the most magnificiant train of the world. Built more than a century ago, it continues to fascinate. Mechanics, cabin attendants, bartenders and cooks: they all have memories of this train and a unique know-how. For two decades, the ACC Ingénierie et Maintenance factory in Clermont-Ferrand lives to the rythm of the Orient Express. Each car inspection stands for about 6500 hours of work. Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/upsidedistribution
MASTERPIECE ART WORK OF OF DISCO MUSIC.1979. disco music in this video entertains the journey of Karim "thief of Bgdad " to the ends of the earth, to find the blue rose that is more dazzling than any jewel. Sahara azure eyes that contain no discipline. In the waiting for thief of bagdad to show him all the secrets. he dance with the winds melody, A promise he will never fail to find the blue rose in Sahara, to bring it for the sultans daughter to get her cured for the sake of love.
Kato's new N-Scale 15 Car Orient Express Pullman Set is simply exquisite. Set is very limited only 500 sets were produced with certificate. Order today!! Selling Price $569.98 http://www.reynaulds.com/products/Kato-HobbyTrain-Lemke/K23215.aspx
Board the iconic train and enter a world of romance and adventure. Savour the train's famous cocktails by the Bar Car's grand piano and dine in one of the three glamorous Restaurant Cars. The majestic Alps and other great European sights slip past outside.
Welcome to My Channel South Coast Trainspotter. This Video: 67014 & 016 Orient Express @ Chichester and Barnham. On 10th September Me and some other Friends went to Catch the Class 47 Tour to Portsmouth and the Orient Express at Chichester. The video starts at Chichester where the Orients Express Terminates working 1Z88. Then a Quick Look in 67014 Cab and they Head off to Chichester Sidings as 5Z88. Next we see them Parked up in Chichester Sidings for cleaning and preparation for the Journey back to London. Then Finally we see 1Z89 at Barnham heading back to London Victoria. Please Comment, Rate, Like, Share and Subscribe. Filmed 10th September 2016 - Enjoy Copyright © South Coast Trainspotter My Flikr Page - https://www.flickr.com/photos/133177549@N05/ Ed - https://www.youtube.com/chann...
"Dr. Schluss' Garage Of Psychedelic Obscurities" http://psychedelicobscurities.blogspot.com/ writes about the Orient Express: Here's another group from the sixties focusing on exploring the sounds of India and the Middle East. While it's well past a cliche to be doing that, especially by 1969, these folks do it quite well. The Orient Express grabbed a few ethnic acoustic instruments and modal ideas, and set out melding it with the 1967 vintage of the San Fran psych rock ballroom sound (with a hint of Syd Barrett's Floyd too). Along with the sitars, this band tries to play most of the guitar parts as f they are sitars too. Most of the tracks manage to work themselves into a whirling dervish-like frenzy. It's mostly instrumental, but we do get vocals from a fellow that sounds like he's c...
Divise il pane insieme a me
con un'arancia in mano poi
mezzo in inglese e a gesti un po'
del viaggio in India mi raccontò
vino di datteri mi versò.
Parlò di gente andata via
cento corone in tasca e
mio Dio là in Asia che cos'è
c'è in quella terra una luce in più
c'è chi ne è vinto e non torna più.
Nella notte il treno ad un confine fu fermato
e lei ridendo disse: È il treno delle spie
guarda bene quello biondo laggiù in fondo.
Poi rimase offesa nel momento
in cui promosso da uno sguardo
io da scemo ci provai
lesse un libro fino all'alba in silenzio.
Ma all'uomo magro coi caffè
lei disse: Due! Sorrise e poi
stupenda anima del Nord
nella sua lingua che io non so
col suo saluto mi risvegliò.
Diedi allora il meglio di me stesso
e stava per finire il viaggio
quando fui sicuro che
la mia casa avrei rivisto non da solo.
Quanta folla c'era alla stazione
fu un istante
dal suo fianco mi spostai.
Mi domando ancora adesso: