Train Fight - One of the greatest train fights in all cinema, this one is brutal, painful, and dangerous. In 1935, in The 39 Steps, we see a train chase in a spy movie pretty much for the first time. From Russia With Love takes this to new heights. This will impact many future spy movies with tremendous train fights and chases like Live and Let Die, The Spy Who Loved Me, Octopussy, Mission Impossible (1996), SPECTRE, Bourne Ultimatum (2007), and others. This is one of the best train fights of all time. The acting is superb by both Robert Shaw and Connery. Shaw, as Red Grant, is tremendous, and you see the vulnerability of Bond clearly and also how Q’s gadgets can save the day when used properly. Both are trained, cold killers. This scene is violent, perfectly done. No movement is wasted. And Grant is as cocky as them come. We see that in a lot of villains in films, especially in spy films as the protagonist is always super-confident, cocky and assured. Goldfinger, in the next Bond film released, has the same cocky arrogance. This train fight is a tremendous scene, brutal, and a turning point in From Russia With Love. Remember, in the pre-title sequence, Shaw was training to kill Bond, and his plan has worked flawlessly to this point. But, when Bond gets the better of the ole boy, the tide turns. Grant is dead, not Bond. SpyMovieNavigator has a signed Sean Connery photo of him in the train car. Very cool.