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東方快車 (1996)
Midnight Express in Orient
Alias: The Midnight Train of Oriental
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Action 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 09/20/1996 - 09/25/1996
Box Office: HK $635,855
 
Director
  Billy Chung Siu-Hung
 
Screenwriters
  Ching Si
  Billy Chung Siu-Hung
 
Martial Arts Director
  Chan Lau (2)
 
Producer
  Wynn Lau Chun-Fai
 
 
Cast
  Yu Rong-Guang ... David
  Vincent Wan Yeung-Ming ... Ho Goh
  Marianne Chan Miu-Ying ... Yin
  Diana Pang Dan ... David's wife
  Jay Lau Gam-Ling    
  Chow Yat-Fung    
  Jeng Shing-Miu    
 
Production Company
  Sam Po Film Co.
 
Filming Company
  Sam Po Film Co.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Albert Mak Kai-Kwong   Keenie Ho Wai-Jing
 
Script Supervisor
  Wong Ho-Kuen
 
Director of Photography
  Wong Po-Man
 
2nd Unit Cinematographer
  Lau Hung-Chuen
 
Focus Puller
  Leung Kim-Wai
 
Art Director
  Law King-Fai
 
Editor
  Yiu Tin-Hung
 
Music
  Young Kit-Shan
 
Presenter
  Wynn Lau Chun-Fai
 
Production Manager
  Yip Kwok-Chi   Jeng Shing-Miu
 
Unit Manager
  Wong Kwai-Yin
 
Foley
  Chan Wai-Fong (4)
 
Cantonese Dialogue
  Lin Chan-Wai
 
Mandarin Dialogue
  Lin Chan-Wai
 
Equipment
  Hang Wan Cinematic Equipment Rental Limited
 
Laboratory
  Union Film Laboratory, Limited
 
Subtitles
  Norman Production
 
 
Summary
  Married man David and good friend Ho take a vacation together in Shenzhen, David meets a young lady at a night club, whose partner robbed him, Ho in order to save David accidentally killed the girl and her partner, the two decided to run. They took a ride with a truck, hoping to escape to Vietam. Ho asked his Hong Kong girlfriend Joan to help, Joan meets with Ho in China with money, not expecting David's new girlfriend Miu Ying to steal it...... [Next Magazine]