The Millionaire's Express

(Hong Kong Movie)
The Millionaire's Express (DVD) Hong Kong Movie
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The Millionaire's Express

The Millionaire's Express

  • Video
  • NTSC
  • Audio
  • Cantonese
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
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  • Title : The Millionaire's Express / 富貴列車
  • Running time: Appx. 101 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 1986
  • Listing date : 15 Mar 2012
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Directed by
  • Sammo Hung
  • Cast by
  • Sammo Hung , Yuen Biao , Rosamund Kwan , Kenny Bee , Peter Chan , Olivia Cheng , Chin Kar lok , Emily Chu , Chan Lung
  • Synopsis
  • Ching Fong-Tin (Sammo Hung) goes to Russia to steal goods from the Russian soldiers. Unfortunately he is caught and the soldiers make him strip his clothes down to his underwear. They force him to wear a brassiere and the head of a mop as a wig, and he is made to dance for their amusement. However, he makes his escape, grabbing his grenades as he goes, and throws one into the cabin. Fook Loi (Kenny Bee) catches Ching and lectures him about his crimes. Ching tries to escape, but in the scuffle, he and Fook end up rolling into a snowball. In the final moments after they both got out of the snowball, Fook tries to look for Ching and is taken by surprise when he jumps down from a tree, grabs his clothes and rushes off back to his hometown.

    Bandits dressed in police uniforms (Eric Tsang, Yuen Wah, Lam Ching Ying, Wu Ma and Mang Hoi) set fire to a large building. Tsao Cheuk Kin (Yuen Biao) and his fire team race to the scene and save a fat lady and a blind woman. While the fire rages, the bandits rob the town bank, but the manager manages to alert the townfolk before they can escape and two of the bandits are jailed. With the loss of money stolen by the bandits, Mayor Yi (Woo Fung) gives a negative speech. In contrast, Tsao encourages the townfolk and he is given the job of mayor and head of the town's security.

    Ching and his assistant move from a hotel to his home town, arriving with a car full of women (Olivia Cheng, Rosumand Kwan, Emily Chu). Ching's ambition is to get money into the town, so his hotel is cleaned up and redressed. A train is due to pass, carrying numerous passengers, including some criminals and some Japanese tourists (Yasuaki Kurata, Yukari Oshima, Hwang Jang Lee). In order to bring custom to his hotel, Ching hatches a plan to force the train to stop at the town. He heads towards the railway station on his motorcycle and sidecar, but is chased away by Tsao riding on horseback. Ching swings a tree branch, which knocks Tsao from his horse. Ching takes the horse and rides the rest of the way. As he prepares the dynamite, Ching is discovered, and ends up fighting with Tsao. After winning, Ching continues to wait for the train....

  • Synopsis
  • Ching Fong-Tin (Sammo Hung) goes to Russia to steal goods from the Russian soldiers. Unfortunately he is caught and the soldiers make him strip his clothes down to his underwear. They force him to wear a brassiere and the head of a mop as a wig, and he is made to dance for their amusement. However, he makes his escape, grabbing his grenades as he goes, and throws one into the cabin. Fook Loi (Kenny Bee) catches Ching and lectures him about his crimes. Ching tries to escape, but in the scuffle, he and Fook end up rolling into a snowball. In the final moments after they both got out of the snowball, Fook tries to look for Ching and is taken by surprise when he jumps down from a tree, grabs his clothes and rushes off back to his hometown.

    Bandits dressed in police uniforms (Eric Tsang, Yuen Wah, Lam Ching Ying, Wu Ma and Mang Hoi) set fire to a large building. Tsao Cheuk Kin (Yuen Biao) and his fire team race to the scene and save a fat lady and a blind woman. While the fire rages, the bandits rob the town bank, but the manager manages to alert the townfolk before they can escape and two of the bandits are jailed. With the loss of money stolen by the bandits, Mayor Yi (Woo Fung) gives a negative speech. In contrast, Tsao encourages the townfolk and he is given the job of mayor and head of the town's security.

    Ching and his assistant move from a hotel to his home town, arriving with a car full of women (Olivia Cheng, Rosumand Kwan, Emily Chu). Ching's ambition is to get money into the town, so his hotel is cleaned up and redressed. A train is due to pass, carrying numerous passengers, including some criminals and some Japanese tourists (Yasuaki Kurata, Yukari Oshima, Hwang Jang Lee). In order to bring custom to his hotel, Ching hatches a plan to force the train to stop at the town. He heads towards the railway station on his motorcycle and sidecar, but is chased away by Tsao riding on horseback. Ching swings a tree branch, which knocks Tsao from his horse. Ching takes the horse and rides the rest of the way. As he prepares the dynamite, Ching is discovered, and ends up fighting with Tsao. After winning, Ching continues to wait for the train....