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Detective Sam Campbell and his perky sidekick Robby Vance are called in on a routine child support dispute. Things take an unexpected turn when the client's ex-father-in-law, the head of a ... See full summary »
When Campbell introduces his assistant Vance to the Sherriff Ambers, she tells him "guaranteed no relations to Philo". She is referring to Philo Vance a fictional character in crime novels written by S. S. Van Dine.
You and I are gonna stick so close together we could wear the same suspenders.
At the end of the film, Campbell and Vance are driving in a convertible back to New York. Driving at a normal speed in this type of car would create a wind factor that would at least affect the hats they are wearing in some way as well as Vance's hair. But the hats and the hair are perfectly still during the ride; there is no bending or hair blowing in the wind making it quite obvious they are using a rear projection screen.