Shanghai Express

Captain Harvey. My name's Albright, Division Superintendent.
I've all smoothed the train at your convenience.
We'll have steam up in five minutes.

Alright Mr. Albright, is everybody on board?
Everybody except a Chinese girl
and a woman called Shanghai Lily hereabouts.

Where are they?
I don't know where the Chinese girl is,
but Shanghai Lily is somewhere up there?

When did she go up?
Oh, just a few minutes ago.
I expect she'll be down presently.

- I guess he wants us to go in the train.
- Well, why doesn't he say so?

Whose luggage are you unloading?
Miss Lily's bags. Officers orders, sir.
Officer's orders, eh?
I'm going to find out about this.
Get the train ready to leave.

Oh, dear we'll never get out of here alive.
Oh, I don't know.
It just looks like Shanghai Lily
was taking a little side trip.

Why did you order the luggage
of one of our passengers off the train?

You're not referring to the lady
known as Shanghai Lily?

I am. Where is she?
Why are you detaining her?

I'm not detaining her.
She's decided to come with me in preference
to continuing the journey with you, Captain Harvey.

That's a preposterous statement.
You're lying Mr. Chang.

Well I'm sorry to contradict you.
Your friend seems inclined to doubt me.
Tell him you're going with me of your own free will,
so that he can peacefully take his departure
before I become too annoyed with him.