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Death Train, also known as Detonator, is a 1993 made for TV movie, one of Pierce Brosnan's earlier films. It also stars Christopher Lee, Patrick Stewart, Ted Levine and Alexandra Paul. The script was based on an Alastair MacNeill novel of the same name, which in turn was based on an Alistair MacLean screenplay. A German scientist helps a Soviet general construct two nuclear bombs, one of which is being transported across Europe by a mercenary on a train. Malcolm Philpott (Stewart), a member of UNACO, (United Nation Anti Crime Organisation), is tasked to stop the bomb using a team of agents, one of whom is Special Forces soldier Michael 'Mike' Graham (Brosnan). Plutonium was stolen in order to make the bombs, and the only person who knows the combination to disarm them has been subjected to a vast amount of radiation and is slowly dying. Dr. Karl Leitzig: Who ever is hearing this. I give you the rest of your life. Malcolm Philpott: Let's not let failure go to our heads. The UK DVD...
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