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Game Of Death Script



 [Yelling And Punching]

 Man: Cut.

 Ok, that's a print. That was great, Billy.

 Ok, everybody, get...

 Eddie, get up there and see what the hell's happening.

 Billy, are you all right?

 That thing crashed exactlywhere you were.

 I know. I know.

 Watch it up there!

 It was an accident.

 Man: Ok, that's a wrap.

 Great fight, Billy. Really nice.

 Be sure you get tomorrow's call sheets.

 And please don't get lost

 on the way to location.

 Time is money, gentlemen.

 Time is money. Time is money.

 So, you got in here finally.

 We haven't heard from you.

 You know, I once knew

 a super rock group in London.

 Called themselves the Flight Crew.

 Had brilliant potential. Brilliant.

 Yeah, but they were very stubborn.

 Their lead guitarist

 Iost a couple offingers one night.

 [Snap Snap]

 Just like that.

 Hands and feet have been known to disappear.

 Lights--they fall out ofthe sky.

 All kinds ofthings happen.

 A man...

 has got to have all of his parts to make it.

 Don't you agree with that, Billy?

 Get the hell out of here.

 Oh, well.

 It's, uh, getting a little late.

 We'll be sitting right there

 bythe telephone,

 just waiting foryou to call.

 But patience--that's not one of ourvirtues.

 Don't be a slow learner, Billy.

 Oh, you shouldn't have done that.

 No, that was a very big mistake.

 Woman: Will this be the song

 I'll be singing tomorrow?

 Will the piper be paid for the tunes

 That he played by and by?

 Is this the best rhyme

 Major, minor, one-in-one time

 Or will the tune

 Fall from favor


 A yesternight song

 Ofpast times


 Will this be the song

 I'll be singing


 Billy: I'm here to take you to dinner.

 Hey, Billy, can we get spaghetti tonight?

 We got one more number

 to get today, Ann.

 Thanks a lot, Charlie.

 You're messing around with my love life.

 Is the boss upstairs?


 Man: You're looking a little pale.

 What you need is a good nourishing meal,

 something that will stickto your ribs.

 Ha ha ha.


 You beautiful bastard.

 I'll get you another one.

 Dr. Land?

 We're all next door.

 Yes? What?

 Steiner is here.

 Get right to it.

 Good afternoon, Steiner.

 Good afternoon, Doctor.

 How was your trip to New York?

 Qite uneventful.

 The heat was terrible. God-awful.

 Not much better here. Humid.

 So much for the weather report.

 I'm not the only one who just arrived.

 How about yourtrip to Berlin, Stick?

 It went pretty much as you figured.

 Now that, uh, he's the big star,

 I couldn't reason with him.

 He said he was pulling out.

 Then he threatened me.

 Oh, my, my, my, my.

 Ha ha.

 The rest of it was in the papers.

 That's when he committed suicide, huh?

 Ha ha ha.

 He just, uh, got up

 and jumped out the window.

 Oh, my, my.

 The merger of S & S Records

 with Globe has been completed,

 and construction has started

 on the new record pressing plant

 in Buenos Aires.

 But more important and more immediate

 is the oncoming championship fight in Macau.

 I know we're getting worldwide press.

 Steiner: That and plenty more.

 All the posters have been approved

 and the ad campaign.

 The best one we've ever had.

 Looks good. Looks great.

 Besides the gate and our TV rights,

 it's generating the kind of international betting

 we'd hoped for.

 We ought to turn over about $   million.

 That was the computer's readout as oftoday.

 Yes, well, the fight is only   weeks off..

 I assume yourtraining

 is going well, Carl. You look fit.

 I'll be ready.

 We've got a little problem in Detroit,

 a couple of reluctant ball players.

 Hakim, thinkyou can fly to Detroit and handle that

 and be back in time forthe fight?

 Figure. It's done, man.

 Also, I'm afraid

 we're going to have to do something about Billy Lo.

 I was wondering

 about that.

 I was going to ask how that was going.

 Well, he refuses to sign our management contract,

 but that's not what bothers me now.

 He's starting to shoot off. his mouth.

 He's holding out.

 Dr. Land: We've given him so many chances--

 an amazing amount of resistance.

 And then there's that girlfriend:

 Ann Morris.

 I went to talk to hertoday.

 Her last album was on the charts

 and is doing great

 in Australia and France.

 She says she wants to talkto Billy

 about her contract before she signs.

 Doctor, I thinkwe ought to squeeze a little.

 Dr. Land: Yeah, let's just

 squeeze a little,

 wouldn't you say?



 I had anothervisit today

 from one ofthose syndicate men.

 Did he threaten you?

 Well, not exactly.

 I mean, not in so manywords,

 but I knew I was being threatened.

 Billy, do you think it's worth holding out?

 I mean, I've heard

 some pretty uglythings about those guys,

 ugly stories.

 Ifwe're stopped, don't do anything

 that will give them

 an excuse to hurt you.

 Ann, I love you,

 and I don't want you hurt.

 Trust me to handle this.

 Billy: I would like Miss Morris to leave.

 I'm afraid we can't do that, Billy.

 We're all in this together.

 Now, would you mind

 stepping out ofthe car?

 No matterwhat happens,

 don't get out ofthe car.

 You've got until

 tomorrow morning to call us.

 It's the last time

 we're going to ask, Billy.





 Please stop it!

 Please don't!



 He hasn't got too much time.

 You tell him that.

 We want to hearfrom him

 in the morning.

 Billy, I've always been straight with you.

 You don't have too many choices.

 You and Ann are nothing to them.

 You're just another piece of property,

 just one of a couple ofthousand

 of public personalities that they own all of

 or a piece of.

 It seems like a good thing at the moment.

 Theytake care of everything--

 your booking,

 your salary, yourtaxes.

 Ifyou need      in your pocket,

 you've got it.

 It's later

 that you start to realize

 what it's costing you.

 I don't have to remind you about Charlie Wang.

 We know the pressure they put on him,

 and we know they called him in for a "talk."


 The next day,

 he was fished out ofthe harbor.

 But going along with them isn't much better.

 You've come up fast, Billy.

 The pictures are grossing big all overthe world.

 You're an international celebrity,

 and they smell that money.


 You can sign with them

 and live verywell, oryou can defythem

 and go to the police,

 which means you won't live so well,

 if at all.

 Is it your advice to let them own us?

 No. I just

 don't want to write an obituary on you.

 I like you too much,

 which is my cue

 to get my ass down to the bureau.

 I've got a midnight deadline

 forthe States.

 I can't allow it.

 It is betterto die a broken piece of jade

 than to live a life of clay.

 Qit. You've got enough money.

 Tell them to go to hell.

 Ann: I can leave this all behind.

 I don't need this

 ifyou don't need it.

 There has to be another answer.

 I've got to find one.

 Ann: The Chinese opera is in town.

 Maybe see your uncle.

 Yeah, he just got back.

 I'll go to the theatertomorrow. Good idea.

 All three ofthem are leaving the restaurant.

 What should we do?

 Dr. Land: Don't lose them.

 Steiner: Alegandre, from now on,

 I want you to coordinate

 all your eff.orts with the ad agency in New York.

 And bythe way, what are the odds where you are now?

 Well, then keep the publicity going

 about Carl's rumored sprained ligament.

 Don't give the impression

 that the fight's going to be canceled,

 just that he's in pain

 and might be at a disadvantage.

 You got that?


 The odds are a little too heavy on Carl,

 especially in London.

 Yes, a good idea to even that up a bit.

 Oh, bythe way,

 what about Billy Lo?

 He was told to call earliertoday.

 He has the numberto call.

 Oh, do we know where he is at this moment?

 Well, we always know where he is.

 Well, then a final warning,

 Ok, Carl?

 Yes, Pasqual. You go with him.


 Pasqual loves to fight, yes.

 Ha ha.

 Let me use your brush. Thanks.

 Man: Billy, good to see you.

 Billy: Hi,John. I'm glad you're back.

 Your uncle is in his room.

 Billy. Come in, Billy.

 Come in. Hey. Hey!

 You go ahead.

 It's good to see you, boy. Sit down. Sit down.

 [Clears Throat]

 We do not see you much

 since you got to be a big man.

 Oh, yes, I know.

 I've been running for months.

 Yeah, very busy, huh?

 I heard that the syndicate is afteryou.

 You must be a big man.

 How did you know that?

 It's a small business.

 I can't join them,

 and I can't be forced to join.

 You have just described a problem

 as old as man.

 You're not unique.

 There is a solution

 I do not think you've considered.

 When you get to the top,

 you understand how far it is to fall,

 but ifyou think very little ofyourself,

 then you can be pushed off.

 and fall very easily.

 What is your opinion ofyourself?

 I believe I deserve to be where I am.

 I've worked hard for it.

 Then don't let them push.

 Theywill never let you rest.

 You push.

 You mean kill?

 Integrity can be an expensive thing.

 What is the price ofyour integrity?

 What are you willing to pay?

 There is another person as well,

 a girl.

 If I fight, she may be hurt.

 Send her away.

 Do you need help?

 I know some men who can help you.


 You're not allowed back here.

 Get out! Get out!

 [Woman Screams]

 Another message, Billy.

 The Chinese syndicate wants to make sure

 they're riding with a winner,

 so they're willing to buy a little insurance.

 A million and a half dollars in cash

 will be arriving in Macau

 just before the fight.

 They're going to drop it

 right on your doorstep.

 Clean money?

 Oh, yeah.

 Yeah, very crisp and very clean.

 The cash started out in Nassau.

 It's going through Tommy's bank in Mexico City

 right now.

 We're watching its progress.

 Fine. Fine.

 Oh, Carl.

 Yes, sir.

 What about Billy Lo?

 What's happened there?

 Nothing. Not a word.

 He's not going to call.

 Rebellion is contagious, Doctor.

 Let's close the book.

 [Chuckles Softly]

 What an unfortunate waste,

 casting aside his life like that.

 What a pity.

 [Telephone Rings]


 Billy: Hello, Ann. It's me.

 Billy, where have you been?

 I've been trying to reach you all day.

 I've been worried about you.

 I've been worried

 about you, too, darling.

 Ann, listen carefully.

 I want you to meet me

 on the  :   ferry.

 You'll find me

 in the passenger section.

 Do you understand?

 Ok. Billy, are you all right?

 Yes. To tell the truth,

 I feel much better now.


 Billy, you've been hurt.

 It doesn't matter.

 Ann, I want you

 to go back to the States for a while.

 Leave you here?

 I have to work this problem out by myself.

 It would only be for a while,

 a couple of months.

 No way, Billy.

 I can't do that.

 Look, you can't help me,

 but ifyou stay, I can hurt you.

 Maybe you should change your name

 and disappearfor a while.

 I have only one scene left in this film.

 I'll be dropping out of sight myself.

 Billy, I can't leave you.

 What are you up to?

 Not a thing.

 We have to separate.

 Ann, I'd like to live with you a long time,

 you know?

 Grow old together.

 Ann, On Telephone: It was very strange.

 Not like him, very secretive.

 It sounds like he's made a decision to run,

 which would be smart.

 No, I don't think he's running at all.

 I think it's just the opposite.

 There was a determination

 about him, like he was going to fight.

 Jim, I know he has a call

 at the studio this afternoon.

 Would you mind meeting me there?

 I'm reallyworried about him.

 Of course. I'll be right over.

 Stage  .

 Yeah. I got you.



 Keep it together.

 Man: Cut.

 Print it.

 Ok, turn around, guys.

 Let's set up for Billy's run.

 Second Man: Ok, move it along.

 Get ready for the reverse angle.

 Let's go, fellas.

 Gentlemen, these are blanks.

 Only aim upward.

 There's a wad of paper that comes out

 and can injure someone.

 [Knock On Door]

 We're readyforyou, Billy.


 Director: Now, I want you

 to come running out ofthe building like hell.

 I'll cue the guns on your leap,

 and you do the fall, ok?

 Ok, let's walkthrough it once.

 Ann: Billy, over here.

 What are you doing here?

 Take her to the airport,Jim.

 Billy, something isn't reading right.

 Do you need help?

 I'm going to break it wide open.

 The police have got to get into it.

 And when it explodes, I don't want Ann here.

 Get her on a plane.


 Please, Jim.

 Here we go.

 Man: Everybody settle down. Ready.

 Man: Everybody settle down. Ready.

 Director: Ok, ready to roll.

 Ok. This is a take.

 Qiet, please.

 Ok, roll sound.

 [Men Speaking Chinese]





 Director: Hey, Billy, what's the matter?

 Hey, what's happening here?

 What happened?

 What's wrong?

 My, God! He's hurt.

 [Ann Screaming]

 Somebody call a doctor!

 Don't just stand there!


 The bullet fragmented

 as it passed through at an upward angle,

 Iiterally smashing

 the bone structure ofthe face.

 What are his chances

 of having a normal appearance?

 There'll be

 extensive structural changes,

 a great deal of scartissue.

 He'll be permanently altered, of course,

 but presentable, in any case.


 Thankyou, Doctor.

 Jim: Hey, Billy,

 are you awake?


 I've been talking with your surgeon.

 The surgery will be tomorrow.

 This is a very private hospital.

 No one will know.

 Billy: Good.

 Then you still want

 to go through with this?


 The only reason I've considered this,

 Mr. Lo, is the simple argument:

 Should you walk upon the street,

 undoubtedly there will be

 another attempt upon your life.

 Then you agree?

 There'll have to be a complete

 falsification of documents,

 death certificate,

 and somebody

 will have to inform the press

 you've taken a turn for the worse--

 Relapse. Then there's the question

 of a change of identity.

 A new identification

 has already been taken care of.

 We should tell Ann.


 No one else must know.

 If she knows, she could be in danger.

 A public funeral? Open casket?

 After all, he is a celebrity.

 Don't worry,John.

 It'll be a very believable funeral.

 [Clears Throat]

 They have some interesting people here.

 It could be a story.

 Miss Morris.


 Carl: You're dead.

 Come on, Ann.

 Do you hear me? You're dead.

 Cool it.

 Excuse us. Thankyou.

 Let us through. Easy.


 Jim: No, Ann.

 For $    he could have you killed.

 Yes, I understand. It's cheap.

 I'm glad you understand,

 and I'm glad

 you're pulling yourselftogether.

 Oh, no. I'm not going to cry anymore.

 God knows

 the police would like to nail them...

 but there's no wayto prove it.

 Don't you understand anything??!.

 Everybody looked at them,

 but not one person could see anything!

 The gentlemen

 from the Chinese syndicate

 and the cash have arrived in Macau.

 Fine, fine. Now, you sure it's a good idea,

 our stopping in the sanitarium

 to see this Morris girl?

 She's a veryvaluable

 piece of merchandise.

 And ifwe can bring her into the family,

 it will show

 all the other would-be rebels

 how complete our control is.

 Woman: You go ahead. I'll see you later.

 Hello, Mr. Marshall.

 Hello, Doctor. How's Ann?

 We're very pleased with her recovery.

 It's been, um...

 a long haul.



 For a trauma severe enough

 to bring on physical paralysis,

 a  -week recovery is extremely good.

 Oh, well, may I go down to see her?

 Absolutely. Ifyou hadn't come out,

 I would have called you.

 She's ready to see a familiarface.

 You must understand

 she's still depressed.

 Is it time to go in?

 Hi, Annie.


 [Chuckles Softly]

 Oh, I brought you a little present.

 I-It's beautiful.

 I hear nothing but good things about you.

 No lies?

 No lies.

 Would a newspaperman lie?

 Now I'm getting worried.

 But,Jim, actually,

 I'm feeling a lot better.


 At least

 I'm able to deal with people now.

 You know, maybe you should get out of here,

 go back to the States when you're feeling better, hmm?

 I've been thinking about that, too,

 but I don't want to yet.

 Not just yet.

 Yes, but more important than that,

 I thinkwe ought

 to try to see for ourselves

 what's going on in her head,

 what kind of a threat

 she could be to us.

 I don't want to leave that to Carl

 orto anybody else.

 We're here.


 Steiner: That's the newspaperman,

 Jim Marshall. You know, I've got

 a hunch that one ofthese days,

 we're going to have to cram

 his typewriter up his ass.


 It's the blonde.

 Good afternoon, Miss Morris.

 We haven't off.icially met,

 but my name is Steiner. This is Dr. Land.

 How do you do, Miss Morris?

 We were informed ofyour improvement.

 Oh, you are so beautiful.


 What do you want?

 We were just passing by.

 We wondered ifwe could do anything foryou.

 Is there something you might need?

 There's nothing I need, ok?

 Your album is doing verywell on the charts.

 It's going to make lots of money.

 We know, Miss Morris,

 what has happened-- the terrible strain

 that you have been under.

 We hope that possibly

 we can assist somehow.

 You know,

 maybe get your career moving again.

 Get out!

 There's nothing--

 Get out!

 It's Dr. Land's intention to try to help you, Ann.

 He could be--

 You murderers!

 Get out of here.

 Get out!


 Get out of here!

 Rude bitch.

 Well, one rebel begets another.

 It's the Billy Lo syndrome.

 A virulent disease,

 often terminal.

 Steiner: Stick, she seemed to know you.

 Yourface did something for her.

 Never met her.

 We have to go to Macau.

 We'll see about her when we return.

 Grr. Bitch!

 What are you up to, Billy?

 I'm giving myself a new face...

 before and after.

 Much better.

 I've already told you, Billy.

 You're going to have a normal appearance again.

 You'll see. Wait till tomorrow

 when those bandages come off..

 P.A.: Dr. Ferguson,

 please report to the nurses' station.

 Well, excuse me.

 Dr. Ferguson, please report to the nurses' station.

 The new Billy Lo.

 Mister, can I hire you

 to follow that hydrofoil?

 I won't be able to stay with him

 once they get out ofthe harbor.

 Those hydrofoils do    easy.

 Where do you think they're going?

 I've seen that boat in Macau a couple oftimes.

 That's what I think.

 Maybe we could get a head start on them.

 Well, it's only an hour's ride in any case.


 [Telephone Rings]


 I know who killed Billy.


 Yes.Jim, I know who killed him.

 I'm not sure I heard you right.

 What did you say?

 They came to the hospital.

 One ofthem was at the shooting.

 Look, Ann,

 why don't you come in,

 and we'll take it to the police?

 Where are you?

 Did you leave the hospital?

 Never mind. The police aren't the answer.

 Boat Driver: Hey, mister,

 is that the guy you've been waiting for?

 That's him.

 [Horn Blowing]

 I'll make it worth yourwhile to wait for me.

 You're not going to rob a casino,

 are you?

 I don't want to run a getaway boat.

 No, no.

 Will you be here, no matter how late?

 I got nothing better going.

 [Loud Drumming]

 Parade, parade. Damn. What the hell?

 Can't we get out of here somehow?

 Back this thing up or something.

 Man: There's a taxi behind us.

 It will be ending soon,

 and theywill move to another street.

 Give them the horn.

 Let's get out of here. Run over 'em.

 [Horn Honking]


 Chinese gold.

 They've been waiting

 for an hour.

 We were held up

 by a damn fool lion dance.

 Oh, boy. Huh.

 These characters.

 Ah, well, well, well.


 How do you do, Doctor? Very nice seeing you.

 Dr. Land: And how are you? Sit down.

 Well, maybe we don't need to even count it.

 [Speaking Chinese]


 Maybe we better.

 [All Speaking Chinese]

 See you both at ringside.


 Dr. Land.


 The money's all here,

 every dollar.

 I'd be surprised if it weren't.

 Where'd you come from?

 How'd you get here?



 Guards! Guards!

 Guards! Guards!

 Guards! Guards!


 Get him!


 Stay awayfrom me, you bastard.



 Carl, come! Come!

 Get him! Get him.

 Steiner: Carl, duck!

 Somebody take care ofthe doctor.

 Steiner: Carl, let him go!

 Carl, you damn fool, the fight's tonight!

 Carl, come on back here, you hear me??!.


 Steiner: You know, I don't understand it.

 If some other organization was trying to kill you,

 they'd have just picked you off.with a rifle.

 Stick: I can't place him,

 but there was something there

 I recognized.

 Stick is right.

 There was something diff.erent about that man.

 He not onlywanted to kill,

 he wanted to punish me as well.

 [Crowd Cheering]

 Referee: To your corner. To your corner.

 One. Get back.

 Get back, Miller, to your corner.

 Back to your corner.

  . Get back, Miller.



 Ha ha ha!


 They are hurting bad,

 as they have throughout the early...

 [Crowd Booing]

 [Speaking Chinese]

 Kill him, Carl!

 [Bell Rings]

 All right. Back up. Back up!

 - [ Crowd Booing ] - All right. Get back. Get back.

 It's going to cost you a round, Miller.

 [Crowd Booing]

 Let it go.

 What must be done is being done.


 [Bell Rings]







 Ha ha ha!

 Ha ha ha!

 He retained the crown

 by knocking out Lo Chen

 in   minutes,   seconds in the seventh round.

 [Crowd Cheering]

 [Bell Ringing]

 Announcer: The winner by knockout,

 and still world's heavyweight champion,

 Carl Miller!

 [Crowd Cheering]

 [Everyone Talking Excitedly]

 Woman: Carl!

 Carl, you won! You won!

 Reporter: Tell me.

 Carl, is there going to be a rematch?

 Carl, are you going to fight this guy again?

 Second Reporter: Carl, did he hurt you in round  ?

 Carl, how soon are you going to have a rematch?

 Turn this way, Carl!

 Will there be a rematch, Carl?

 Ha ha ha!

 Hey, hey, hey. Ha ha ha!

 Reporter: All right. He didn't hurt you,

 did he, tonight?

 Gotten any complaints?

 Carl: Hey! I'm just going to get a shower.

 I want to be looking beautiful

 forthe rest ofthese photographs.

 There's plenty of champagne for everybody.

 You won't get lonely.

 Who are you?

 I'm June.

 This is my new girlfriend.


 I'd like you to take plenty of pictures of her.

 Man: Over here, honey. Over here.

 Look over here at the camera, honey.

 Where are you from, honey?

 Kansas City.

 Who the hell are you?

 Get going, fella.


 Christ! Billy Lo.

 Man: Carl.

 Carl, you all right?

 Something's wrong!

 Man: Carl, what's happening? Carl?

 Carl, open the door!


 Man: What's the matter in there?

 Open the door.

 [Pounding On Door]


 You lose, Carl Miller.

 Man: Carl! Carl!

 Man: Look at him.


 [Everyone Talking At Once]

 He was killed

 with a hundred people outside the door.

 Theyfound a wig and a face mask of an old man.

 That's all.

 Man On Phone: Yes, sir.

 And you and the rest

 ofthe passive bodyguards simply

 stood around, you and      other people.

 Isn't that true?

 Yes, sir.

 You saythe girl

 is with the newspaperman now?


 You admitted

 that you could have killed someone

 in that state of mind.

 You still think

 you recognized Billy's voice?

 I told you before.

 I wouldn't mistake Billy's voice.

 Can't you believe me?

 That's one of myweaknesses.

 I'm one of the world's

 most gullible men.

 I'll take you home.

 No, no. That's all right.

 I have my car right outside.

 You're sure?

 You can leave this here, ok?


 She's coming back.

 Dr. Land: Don't let her out ofyour sight.

 And put a couple offellows

 following on that newspaperman.

 Yes, sir.

 You two stay with Marshall.

 We'll follow the girl.

 Dr. Land: Steiner.

 I'm now convinced that the man who attacked me

 was in disguise.

 The way he moved.

 You know something, Doctor?

 If I wasn't positive

 that Billy was dead...

 Did you look in the casket

 at the mortuary?

 Of course I looked in the casket.

 He didn't look exactly the same,

 but what the hell?

 They never look exactly the same.

 Where was he buried?

 The Buddhist cemetery, Hangzhou Road.

 Have him dug up.

 [Telephone Ringing]

 Yeah. Marshall.

 Billy: Hi,Jim.

 Billy, I've heard all about it.

 Ann is convinced you're alive.

 I had to risk it.

 I thought she was going to shoot Carl

 or one ofthe others.

 Well, she still may kill somebody.

 I've got the gun,

 but if she sits around and thinks about it,

 she might get the crazies again.

 Ok. I'll meet her in the school

 at Southampton.

 What time?

 In an hour.

 Ok. If I can find her.

 I'll ring you up again at    :  

 to let you know how it went.


 Thankyou, gentlemen.



 I wasn't going to see you again.

 I didn't want you to see me.

 Billy, it's all right.

 You have to know that.

 No. Not to me, it isn't.

 Maybe later, but I have to

 get used to myselffirst.

 The man she's talking to has to be Billy Lo.

 Yes. Well, we just had word from the cemetery,

 so I'm not in the least surprised.

 Now, we're sending you some help.

 They're close by,

 and they should be there very shortly.

 Ann, you could have been killed.

 You would have been

 just one more life they ruined.

 Go back to the States, please.

 Will you do that?

 Billy, I can't.

 [Motorcycle Engines Rewing]

 Get in your car and go!

 They're still a few blocks away.



 They split. She's going to her car.

 Land: Where's he going?

 To the other side ofthe orphanage, I think.

 Let a couple fellows follow him

 and take   more men and pick her up.

 We can use her for bait.

 [Motorcycles Approaching]


 Call him over.

 Mr. Marshall!

 Somebodywants to talkto you.

 Steiner: A little closer, Mr. Marshall.

 Miss Morris was picked up tonight.

 Billy's going to call you at about    :  .

 You tapped my phone.

 How clever.

 Tell Billyto come to the Tai Yun warehouse

 in Kowloon at exactly   :   in the morning.

 We'll let the girl go when Billy comes in,

 one for one.

 Why should I believe you'll do that?

 Don't change the equation, Mr. Marshall.

 One for one. Don't add any numbers.

 Billyforthe girl. It's that simple.

 Oh, and Mr. Marshall,

 you should be very... very careful.

 You can learn a lot in a job like yours,

 but knowledge can become a terrible burden.

 Good evening.

 Jim Marshall's desk.

 Is Jim there?

 No. He isn't.

 Oh, hold on a second. He just walked in.


 - Hi,Jim. - Billy....

 My phone is tapped.

 Ann is being held bythe syndicate.

 I couldn't get herto leave.

 Have you talked to them?

 Just now. Theywant an exchange--

 you for her, even up,

 or so they say.

 You could go to the police.

 No. That would

 just get her killed.

 What do they want me to do?


 You better go over there and back them up.


 You've got   men overthere already.

 We had a pack of men at Macau.

 Here he comes.

 He's inside. Let's get him.

 Billy: Ann?



 Let's go!


 Billy, hurry.

 We have to move quickly.

 Billy, quick, they're across the street.

 They're across the street. Hurry. Hurry!

 It's barricaded. Try the windows.

 Try to walk. Hurry!

 Don't show yourself, no matter what you hear.

 Yeah, ok.

 Let's go.

 Let's go.

 You two take the aisles.

 Take the front.




 Chewy, look for the others.

 Take the back.

 You take the back.

 Take off.the helmet.

 Take off.the helmet.

 Chewy, Chewy!

 Aah! Hyah!






 Where's the doctor?

 Red Pepper.

 Red Pepper restaurant?




 I'd better alert Hakim and Pasqual.

 Anybody in the warehouse?

 [Yells In Chinese]

 That's impossible.

 [Yells In Chinese]









 How doyou like that?


 [Both Yelling]










 [Bones Crack]

 Steiner: Hakim!





 Glad you could finally make it, Billy.




 [Bones Cracking]






 Goddamn it! Son of a bitch!

 Goddamn bastard!

 Goddamn! Aah!


 Will this be the song I'll be singing


 Will the notes from some magical flute

 Sail on into the sky?

 Is this a glad song?

 Makes my heart go crazy mad song?

 Or will the sound turn to silence

 And leave a surprising theme disremembered

 To grieve us?

 Will this be the song I'll be singing


 Will the piper be paid

 For the tunes that he played by and by?

 Is this the best rhyme?

 Major, minor, one-in-one time?

 Or will the tune fall from favor


 A yesternight song ofpast times


 Will this be the song I'll be singing





Special help by SergeiK