Millionaires Express (, also known as Shanghai Express; released in the Philippines as China Warriors) is a 1986 Hong Kong martial arts action western comedy film written and directed by Sammo Hung. The film starred Hung, Yuen Biao, Rosamund Kwan, Mei-sheng Fan and Hwang Jang Lee.
Ching Fong-Tin (Sammo Hung) goes to Russia to steal goods from the Russian soldiers. Unfortunately he is caught and the soldiers make him strip his clothes down to his underwear. They force him to wear a brassiere and the head of a mop as a wig, and he is made to dance for their amusement. However, he makes his escape, grabbing his grenades as he goes, and throws one into the cabin. Fook Loi (Kenny Bee) catches Ching and lectures him about his crimes. Ching tries to escape, but in the scuffle, he and Fook end up rolling into a snowball. In the final moments after they both got out of the snowball, Fook tries to look for Ching and is taken by surprise when he jumps down from a tree, grabs his clothes and rushes off back to his hometown.
|genre||action comedy western|
|keywords||bad guy begin billy lau blind woman build cheat dynamite eric tsang fight fire team force hide house hwang jang lee jail kenny bee lam ching ying lasso make up mang hoi motorcycle and sidecar olivia cheng railway station rid russian soldier sidecar snog train travel tree branch win yasuaki kurata yukari oshima|
|musicBy||Alastair Monteith-Hodge Anders Nelsson Stephen Shing The Melody Bank|
|producer||Alfred Cheung Leonard Ho Raymond Chow Wu Ma|
|publisher||Orange Sky Golden Harvest|
|theme||martial arts spy|