Shanghai Express

And before that?
In Shanghai.
How long were you there?
Just between trains.
I make the trip quite often.

How long have you been in China?
Oh, about eight years.
Parents living?
They've forgotten me. It's just as well.
Of course you're not married.
No. All I managed to was to become engaged.
Will you please come with me?
Captain Harvey.
- You're not going to go upstairs, are you Doctor?
- I most certainly am.

Captain Harvey, I want you to tell him
that the whole world will be informed of this outrage.

Mr. Carmichael, I shall do my very best
to convey that to him.

Captain Harvey, may I see your passport?
Just exactly who are you? I am a British officer
and I demand to know by what right
you are treating us in this outrageous manner?

I am the Commander-in-Chief of the Revolution.
The prisoner who was removed from the Shanghai Express
last night was my right hand.
An important officer in my army.

Your army! Why, you're nothing
but a collection of unprincipled bandits.
The Chinese government will wipe you out in a fortnight.

Perhaps you would like to aid the government
in collecting the price put on my head.

Suppose you first tell me just exactly what you are after.
I am looking for a hostage
to force the government to return my officer.

Now, will you kindly let me see your passport?
Captain Harvey, why are you going to Shanghai?
I've been ordered to perform an operation
immediately upon my arrival.

Who are you going to operate on?
I'm not at liberty to reveal that information.
What is the matter with his excellency,
the Governor-General of Shanghai?