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Casablanca Express is a 1989 action war film starring Jason Connery that was filmed in Morocco. It was produced by Pietro Innocenzi and Umberto Innocenzi and directed by Sergio Martino. The film was later featured in an episode of Cinema Insomnia. In 1942 Winston Churchill arrives in Algiers. He plans to travel on to Casablanca where he will meet Franklin D. Roosevelt and Stalin for the Casablanca Conference. His aides and army commanders strongly advise against travelling by train, but Churchill is adamant. Intelligence discovers that Churchill's presence is known to the Germans, and they fear a killing or kidnapping may be attempted. A especially secure carriage is attached to a train (The Casablanca Express) and a unit of American commando troops assigned to travel with him. Three intelligence agents, Alan Cooper, Captain Franchetti and Lt. Lorna Fisher are assigned as bodyguards, but Cooper is held back after he chases and kills a French double agent. The train proceeds on its way...
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