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    Fairly sure this was a British production, although I believe William Shatner played the lead role so it might have been American. It was in colour and I reckon it was made between 1965-1970 although I can't see anything on IMDB that it might be. It was very corny but it was great to see the now archaic technology of the 1960's.



    Ring any bells?

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    Disaster on the Coastliner.



    Not an exact fit with your memory but it could be the one.

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    American TV movie, screenwriter was British, David Ambose, other than that no real connection to Brit Movies.

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    Disaster on the Coastliner.



    Not an exact fit with your memory but it could be the one.


    Yes this is it.. it's not British duh! sorry about that but thanks.

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