Shanghai Express
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:18:00
Pardon me. please.
:18:01
Oh, I'm sorry.
:18:09
Good evening.
:18:10
Aren't you coming into dinner, Captain?
:18:11
Yes, of course. After you, sir.
:18:22
Shut off those fans. I'm an invalid.
:18:26
If those fans are shut off,
the rest of us'll be invalids
before the journey is over.

:18:29
Can we sit here?
:18:30
Je vous en prie, monsieur
:18:31
Sit down, Major.
:18:32
Merci, monsieur
:18:34
Thank you.
:19:18
What did he say?
:19:19
He said we should get our passports and go out on the platform.
:19:22
Passports? What do they want our passports for?
:19:24
There are government troops.
They want us all outside.

:19:31
I won't get off. We'll all get killed.
The conductor promised me there wouldn't be any trouble,
or I wouldn't have brought Waffles along.

:19:35
Now ma'am, don't get me excited.
I am trying to figure the odds
of any of us getting out of this alive.

:19:40
It's an outrage. I'm going to finish my dinner.
:19:41
Mr. Carmichael, if you ask me,
I think you should consider your dinner relatively unimportant.

:19:48
I should complain to my Consul.
They can't do this to me.

:19:50
I shouldn't get off.
The night air is very bad for me.

:19:55
Don't be silly, Mr. Baum.
We're in the midst of a civil war.
Spy scares and firing squads.

:19:59
I am a German citizen. I have nothing to fear.
Ich bin ein deutscher B├╝rger!


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