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    Shanghai Express (1932) — (Movie Clip) I Have No Friends At All

    Warner Oland as Chang, now revealed as a ruthless Chinese revolutionary, has stopped the train to interrogate passengers, so Magdalen (Marlene Dietrich, employing her astonishing ability with language) acts as interpreter, Emile Chautard the French officer, in Shanghai Express, 1932.

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