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8th Jan '16 6:22:37 PM DrOO7
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** ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'' likely references this with a similar scene of another Dragon, Jaws, trying to kill Bond and Anya Amasova. ** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' likely references ''both'' films with yet another Dragon trying to do precisely the same thing.
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** At the end of ''Film/LiveAndLetDie'', Bond battles the henchman Tee Hee before joining Solitaire in bed. ** ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'' likely references this refers to FRWL with a similar scene of another Dragon, Jaws, trying to kill Bond and Anya Amasova. ** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' likely references ''both'' refers to all three films with yet another Dragon trying to do precisely the same thing.
28th Oct '15 2:23:34 PM DrOO7
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** The upcoming film ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' likely references ''both'' films with yet another Dragon trying to do precisely the same thing.
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** The upcoming film ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' likely references ''both'' films with yet another Dragon trying to do precisely the same thing.
17th Oct '15 9:01:42 PM foxley
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* ''Literature/ClockworkCentury'': ''Dreadnought'' is largely set on the eponymous train, with a mystery involving exactly what the Dreadnought's mysterious cargo is, and why so many people want it.

%%* ''Series/TheGoodies'' parodied this trope in "Daylight Robbery on the Orient Express''.
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%%* * ''Series/TheGoodies'' parodied this trope in "Daylight Robbery on the Orient Express''.Express'', with the Goodies arranging a mystery on a train for a convention of famous detectives..
13th Oct '15 11:49:23 AM JamesAustin
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* A significant portion near the end of ''Film/FromRussiaWithLove'' takes place in a train, where the TheDragon finally makes his move to kill Film/JamesBond. ** ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'' likely references this with a similar scene of another [[TheDragon Dragon]] trying to kill Bond and his GirlOfTheWeek, and the upcoming film ''{{Film/Spectre}}'' likely references ''both'' films with yet another [[TheDragon Dragon]] trying to do precisely the same thing.
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* ''Film/JamesBond'': ** A significant portion near the end of ''Film/FromRussiaWithLove'' takes place in a train, where the TheDragon finally makes his move to kill Film/JamesBond. James Bond. ** ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'' likely references this with a similar scene of another [[TheDragon Dragon]] Dragon, Jaws, trying to kill Bond and his GirlOfTheWeek, and the Anya Amasova. ** The upcoming film ''{{Film/Spectre}}'' ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' likely references ''both'' films with yet another [[TheDragon Dragon]] Dragon trying to do precisely the same thing.
12th Oct '15 9:31:38 AM rafi
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%%* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' has a terrorist attack inside a train.

* ''SoulEater'': episode 30 of the anime, "The Red Hot Runaway Express". Kid, Patty and Liz have to board the speeding train and fight an enemy on board for possession of a magical artifact, while a third party outside is fighting both sides.
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* ''SoulEater'': ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' has more than one case settle in the train. Also an important arc called "Mystery Train". * ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' has a terrorist attack inside a train in the early stories. Too bad for him that Ed and Al are on board. * ''Manga/SoulEater'': episode 30 of the anime, "The Red Hot Runaway Express". Kid, Patty and Liz have to board the speeding train and fight an enemy on board for possession of a magical artifact, while a third party outside is fighting both sides.
6th Oct '15 12:37:55 AM DrOO7
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** ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'' likely references this with a similar scene of another [[TheDragon Dragon]] trying to kill Bond and his GirlOfTheWeek, and the upcoming film ''{{Film/Spectre}}'' likely references ''both'' films with yet another [[TheDragon Dragon]] trying to do precisely the same thing.

* The Literature/PhryneFisher novel ''Murder on the Ballarat Train'', although only about a thrid of the novel is actually set on the train.
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* The Literature/PhryneFisher novel ''Murder on the Ballarat Train'', although only about a thrid third of the novel is actually set on the train.

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* The Literature/PhryneFisher novel ''Murder on A ''Literature/NancyDrew''[=/=]''Main/HardyBoys'' Supermystery titled "Mystery Train" had the Ballarat Train'', although only about titular characters taking a thrid of the novel is actually set on the train.cross-country train ride that inevitably turned into a BusmansHoliday when both a murder and an inexplicable disappearance occurred.
18th Sep '15 2:47:49 PM SilentHunterUK
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* The ''Merc 2000'' setting of ''TabletopGame/Twilight 2000'' had an adventure called "Mess on the Orient Express", which involves the player characters having to find a stolen giant Buddha on the Orient Express.
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* The ''Merc 2000'' setting of ''TabletopGame/Twilight 2000'' ''TabletopGame/{{Twilight 2000}}'' had an adventure called "Mess on the Orient Express", which involves the player characters having to find a stolen giant Buddha on the Orient Express.
18th Sep '15 2:46:15 PM SilentHunterUK
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* The ''Merc 2000'' setting of ''TabletopGame/Twilight 2000'' had an adventure called "Mess on the Orient Express", which involves the player characters having to find a stolen giant Buddha on the Orient Express.
8th Sep '15 7:36:00 AM sandycat
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* Another Creator/AgathaChristie work, ''The Mystery of the Blue Train'': also deals with a homicide on board a train, though unlike ''Orient Express'', the entire novel does not take place on the train. (It's an expanded and relocated version of "The Plymouth Express" in ''Poirot's Early Cases'', which of course is another example.)
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* Another Creator/AgathaChristie work, ''The Mystery of the Blue Train'': ''Literature/TheMysteryOfTheBlueTrain'': also deals with a homicide on board a train, though unlike ''Orient Express'', the entire novel does not take place on the train. (It's an expanded and relocated version of "The Plymouth Express" in ''Poirot's Early Cases'', which of course is another example.)
23rd Aug '15 7:35:57 PM gallium
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* ''Film/ShanghaiExpress'' involves Chinese rebel bandits waylaying a train and holding the passengers hostage.
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