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The Millionaires' Express (1986) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3

Sammo Hung (Actor, Director) | Yuen Biao (Actor) | Eric Tsang (Actor) | Rosamund Kwan (Actor)
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The Millionaires' Express (1986) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Customer Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10 (4)

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The Millionaires' Express now comes with original trailers, photo gallery, and interview with Yuen Biao!

Sammo Hung directs an all-star Hong Kong Cinema cast in the delightful action comedy adventure The Millionaires' Express! Hung is Chin, a small-time crook who returns to his hometown of Hanshui with the intent to run a brothel. To get his first customers, he plans to sabotage the Shanghai Express - a luxury train carrying a bunch of millionaires - so that it stops right in the town of Hanshui! But a gang of kung-fu bad guys (led by Dick Wei, Richard Norton, and Cynthia Rothrock) are also aboard the train with an eye on a secret map held by some Japanese passengers (Yasuaki Kurata, Yukari Oshima, and Hwang Jang Lee). And even without these fellows, there's a government agent (Kenny Bee) after Chin, the local fireman-turned-police chief Yuen Biao, and the town's former cops (Eric Tsang, Lam Ching Ying, Mang Hoi, Yuen Wah, and Ng Ma!) who are stuck in jail after robbing the bank! Add a passel of beauties (Olivia Cheng, Rosamund Kwan, Emily Chu), some cameos by Hong Kong Cinema stars past and present, and some fantastic, bone-crunching kung-fu action directed by Sammo Hung, and you have The Millionaires' Express, a truly entertaining Hong Kong Cinema must-see!

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Product Title: The Millionaires' Express (1986) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) 富貴列車 (1986) (DVD) (香港版) 富贵列车 (1986) (DVD) (香港版) 冒険活劇 上海エクスプレス (富貴列車) (香港版) The Millionaires' Express (1986) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Sammo Hung (Actor) | Yuen Biao (Actor) | Eric Tsang (Actor) | Rosamund Kwan (Actor) | Cheng Man Ar (Actor) | Yuen Wah | Lam Ching Ying | Lau Ka Wing | Emily Chu | Corey Yuen | Helen Au | Mang Hoi | Wang Yu Huan 洪金寶 (Actor) | 元彪 (Actor) | 曾志偉 (Actor) | 關 芝琳 (Actor) | 鄭文雅 (Actor) | 元華 | 林正英 | 劉家榮 | 朱寶意 | 元奎 | 區凱倫 | 孟海 | 王玉環 洪金宝 (Actor) | 元彪 (Actor) | 曾志伟 (Actor) | 关 芝琳 (Actor) | 郑文雅 (Actor) | 元华 | 林正英 | 刘家荣 | 朱宝意 | 元奎 | 区凯伦 | 孟海 | Wang Yu Huan 洪金寶(サモ・ハン・キンポー) (Actor) | 元彪(ユン・ピョウ) (Actor) | 曾志偉 (エリック・ツァン) (Actor) | ロザムンド・クワン (Actor) | オリビア・チェン (Actor) | 元華(ユン・ワー) | 林正英(ラム・チェンイン)  | 劉家榮(ラウ・カーウィン) | 朱寶意(エミリー・チュウ) | 元奎(コリー・ユン) | 欧凱倫(ヘレン・オー) | 孟海(マン・ホイ) | Wang Yu Huan Sammo Hung (Actor) | 원표 (Actor) | Eric Tsang (Actor) | Rosamund Kwan (Actor) | Cheng Man Ar (Actor) | Yuen Wah | Lam Ching Ying | Lau Ka Wing | Emily Chu | Corey Yuen | Helen Au | Mang Hoi | Wang Yu Huan
Director: Sammo Hung 洪金寶 洪金宝 洪金寶(サモ・ハン・キンポー) Sammo Hung
Release Date: 2006-12-15
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Place of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
Widescreen Anamorphic: Yes
Closed Captioning: Yes
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 2.0, DTS Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD, DVD-9
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 101 (mins)
Publisher: Joy Sales (HK)
Package Weight: 130 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1004599336

Product Information

* Screen Format : 2.35:1 (Anamorphic Widescreen)
* Sound Mix: DTS, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0
* DVD Type : DVD-9
* Extras :
- 原裝預告片
- 重新剪輯預告片
- 元彪 專訪
- 定格劇照
- 劇照巡禮

Director: Sammo Hung


  In the 1930, the steam is China's only means of mass transport. And a new rail line has been built connecting Shanghai with Chengtu. The first run of its much publicized "Millionaires' Express" is scheduled. The train passes the Hanshai town non-stop. Hanshui, though backward, has a bank of its own. But the security officer and his men, using arson, rob the bank and hide away. They plan to board the express for a wonderful life elsewhere. The town's firemen Yuen Biao finds himself suddenly the security chief in charge of a massive manhunt. Scarely has he realized the seriousness of the job than he finds a happy-go-lucky adventurer Samo who invests in everything connected with pleasure...
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10 (4)

Kevin Kennedy
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August 8, 2021

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Sammo's full employment plan for the HK film biz Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
The little desert town of Hanshui is a place which time has passed by. Railroad tracks run past it, but trains don't stop there. Or perhaps we should say: Trains don't intentionally stop there.

The town's former bad boy Chin (Sammo Hung) has returned to Hanshui with a plan to revive its economy and its hopes. He will restore the beauty of its old resort hotel and install there a group of beautiful women who, by offering their bodies in trade, will bring tourism back to the town. To jump-start his goofy plan, Chin blows up the railroad tracks just before a very special train -- the Millionaire's Express -- passes by, leaving the train's passengers no choice but to enjoy the town's services.

What Chin has failed to realize is that many others with even more nefarious desires had sought to attack this train and that, by executing his plan, Chin has brought utter chaos to Hanshui. What results is some of the most uproarious, most spectacular, most confusing, and most entertaining scenes in Hong Kong movie history. I've now watched the film three times and still am unsure I understand the motivations of all the film's characters; perhaps I need to diagram all of the subplots next time I watch it. And I will watch it yet again -- 'The Millionaire's Express' is just that enjoyable. Don't miss it!
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July 15, 2009

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Feast for the eyes - Part 2 Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I have to correct some points here regarding the 'cliche' characters of junior Wong Fei Hong for my earlier review. I was over enthusiastic. Jimmy Wang Yu (original one-armed swordsman) actually had a cameo as WFH's father but there was no junior Fong Sai Yuk. Instead it was actually veteran Shek Kin (playing himself as Sifu Shek) and his son, aptly named Kin. Watch the little encounter between these 4 characters in the train when it went through the tunnels. Also worth mentioning when Richard Ng declared himself an undercover agent ( secret Agent #2) for the government , then suddenly 13 more turned up.....

Sammo really have almost 'who's who' in this movie including Dicky Wei (good punch up with Yuen Biao), Kurata encountered Richard Norton (with his famous line "painful??"), Sammo himself with Cynthia Rothrock, Yuen Wah, Eric Tsang, Paul Chong, Walter Cho, Sifu Lau Kar Wing (as well as Yuen Biao & Hsiao Hu performed some amazing flips and jumps from the roof) and ........ find out for yourself.
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July 13, 2009

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Feast for the eyes Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
What a gem!! I love it, love it. A Sammo masterpiece on it's own and he has Yuen Biao by his side. Both gave us unbelievable acrobatic/stunt choreography by themselves and those long camera shots did justice to the stunts! Lots of guest appearances by familiar faces like Kurata, Siao Hu, Richard Ng, Lydia Sum, Rosamund Kwan and many regulars previously from Shaw (now with GH). Sammo kicked in some 'cliche' characters with the two junior Wong Fei Hong and Fong Sai Yuk accompanied by their fathers (the latter's father played by veteran Shek Kin). If you're after the regular Sammo comedy humour, don't let this getaway. It's a classic.
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Phoenix Lin
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March 18, 2007

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All you can eat buffet Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
This movie is in a category of it's own. It doesn't really fit as a period film, or modern day action. The huge cast of characters is overwhelming, however Sammo does a good job of centering the story around his main characters. The strange slap-stick comedy common to Sammo's movies continue to give this movie it's charm. I'm tempted to say Yuen Biao is in his prime or top form for some jaw dropping choreography he pulls in the end battle riga-marole. Just a mish-mash of characters allowing cameos of recognizable actors from that time & the classics.
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