Railroad Tigers

(China Movie)
Railroad Tigers (DVD) China Movie
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Railroad Tigers

Railroad Tigers

  • Video
  • PAL: Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Cantonese
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese, Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region All
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  • Title : Railroad Tigers / 铁道飞虎
  • Genre : Action
  • Running time: Appx. 125 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2016
  • Listing date : 20 Mar 2017
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Production country : China

  • Directed by
  • Ding Sheng
  • Cast by
  • Jackie Chan , Huang Zitao , Wang Kai , Darren Wang
  • Synopsis
  • In December 1941, Japan expands the occupation of its neighboring countries to Southeast Asia. The railway from Tianjin to Nanjing in East China became a key military transportation route, heavily guarded by Japanese soldiers. Railroad worker Ma Yuan (Jackie Chan) leads a team of freedom fighters. Using his deep knowledge of the train network, he and his men sabotage it, ambushing Japanese soldiers and stealing supplies to feed the starving Chinese. Although the freedom fighters have no weapons of their own, they employ whatever tools are at hand, including shovels, loose railway track planks and diverted trains. The local Chinese call the unlikely heroes the “Railroad Tigers”.

  • Synopsis
  • In December 1941, Japan expands the occupation of its neighboring countries to Southeast Asia. The railway from Tianjin to Nanjing in East China became a key military transportation route, heavily guarded by Japanese soldiers. Railroad worker Ma Yuan (Jackie Chan) leads a team of freedom fighters. Using his deep knowledge of the train network, he and his men sabotage it, ambushing Japanese soldiers and stealing supplies to feed the starving Chinese. Although the freedom fighters have no weapons of their own, they employ whatever tools are at hand, including shovels, loose railway track planks and diverted trains. The local Chinese call the unlikely heroes the “Railroad Tigers”.