Millionaire Express ( Chinese 富貴 列車 ) is an adventure comedy . Also known as the "Shanghai Express" ( English Shanghai Express ). In 1986, the film was nominated in the "Best Song" category at the 6th Hong Kong Film Awards  .
|Chinese 富貴 列車 The Millionaires' Express|
|Genre||action movie |
|Producer||Raymond Chow |
|Composer||The melody bank |
Alester Monteith Hodge
|Film company||Golden harvest |
Bo Ho Films Co., Ltd.
|Duration||96 min |
|Fees||28 122 275 HK $ |
|A country||Hong Kong|
Chin Fonghin intends to steal food from soldiers of the Soviet army. However, they catch him and make him undress to underwear, and then force him to dance. Fonthin escapes, taking a grenade with him, and throws one into the hut. This time, Fonghin captures Loy Fook to reprimand him for his crimes. The captive is trying to escape, but during the fight they end up in a snowball. Freed from a snowball, Fook is looking for a fugitive. Suddenly, a fugitive jumps from a tree to Fook, takes his clothes and leaves for his hometown.
Bandits dressed in police uniform set fire to the building. Chou Cheokkin and his fire brigade rescue two women. During a fire, bandits rob a local bank, but the bank manager managed to warn the townspeople before the robbers leave, and two raiders go to jail. Due to the fact that the bandits managed to collect most of the money, the mayor of the city And speaks to the townspeople. Chekkin at the same time supports the residents of the city, after which it receives the post of head of the city security service.
Fonghin and his assistant arrive at the city hotel with three girls. His goal is a refund. A train with a large number of passengers, including criminals and Japanese ninjas, must pass through the city. In order to attract customers to his hotel, Fonthin is developing a plan to stop the train in the city. Fonghin heads to the train station on a motorcycle, but from there Chekkin drives him on horseback. A motorcyclist knocks down Chekkina with a tree branch, and then drives off his horse. Later, Chekkin catches up with Fontinha in preparation for the explosion on the railway. A fight ensues, as a result of which Fonghin wins and awaits the train.
During the passage of the train through the territory of the city, one of the passengers named Hon runs on the roof between his wife and his mistress. City bandits are trying to get on the train: one of them with magnets on the body inadvertently magnetizes to the train, the second uses a rope. Nevertheless, the rope touches Honya, and the bandit is forced to run next to the train. The remaining bandits use the cart to catch up with the train and, ultimately, get into it. Fonghin blows up the railway and the train stops.
As the fuse suggested, passengers are forced to wait for a train to repair in the city. At the hotel, criminals are developing a plan to get into the room to the mistress of Honya, posing as Japanese tourists. Criminals have to hide in the room when the driver enters with his mistress. When the driver goes to the bathroom, the criminals try to sneak out quietly, but are forced to hide again. At the same time, Hon came down from the roof of the hotel, accidentally scaring the driver’s mistress. Honya’s wife accuses her husband of treason. To settle things, Hon claims to be a Japanese agent. It is used by criminals to leave.
When Fonghin asks Chi to distract Chekkin, she confesses his love to him. Chekkin then tells her that he is busy and leaves. Chi persuades him not to leave, after which Chekkin picks up and kisses her. When Chi wants to kiss him again and closes his eyes, Chekkin asks his assistants to take his place. Chi opens his eyes and runs away.
Loy Fook, returning from the Soviet Union, together with Chekkin takes Fonthin prisoner and puts him in prison. At night, Siyuhon and her assistants release Fonthin. The remaining criminals come to the city on horseback and capture Japanese ninjas.
Fonghin decides to return, where he frees the bandits, Fuka, Chekkin and Siuhon. The Savior first uses a machine gun, and then combat skills against the raiders. The bad guys are defeated, and Fonthin and Chekkin take the card from the Japanese.
- 富貴 列車 The millionaires' express at the base of the Gokong Film Archive at the Department of Culture and Leisure of the Hong Kong Government.
- Nominees and laureates of the 6th film award on the official website of the Hong Kong Film Award (China)
- The Millionaires' Express (1986 ) on the Hong Kong Movie Database.
- YouTube official trailer
- The Millionaire Express on the Internet Movie Database (Retrieved August 20, 2017)