R | | Action, Crime, Thriller
Conservative street cop Deke DaSilva (Sylvester Stallone) reluctantly agrees to terminate an international terrorist who has demanded media attention. But DaSilva's "at-home" tactics are very much put to the challenge.
The cable-car seen in the movie was the Manhattan to Roosevelt Island overhead tramway.
Are you here for business or pleasure?
Heymar 'Wulfgar' Reinhardt: Pleasure, I hope.
Immigration Officer: Welcome to the United States.
When Deke is firing a revolver at the police target range, the paper target's holes face towards him as if a small explosion went off behind them (squibs). Also the wires that held and were used to detonate the squibs are seen hanging out of the holes. Real police bullets leave small holes in paper targets.
The widescreen DVD release from Universal substitutes two songs during the disco shootout. The first is "Brown Sugar" by the Rolling Stones and the second is 'I'm A Man' by Keith Emerson. Earlier VHS releases from Universal Home Video, as well as some TV versions, also contained the altered songs. The fullscreen DVD release by GoodTimes Entertainment contains the restored songs.
English, German, French, Swedish
$2,525,360 12 April 1981