PG | | Action, Comedy, Crime
Completely innocent man, Michael Jordon, is drawn into a web of government secrets when a girl carrying a mysterious package gets into a taxi with him. When she's later murdered, Michael becomes the chief suspect and goes on the run.
Some scenes were shot in the exclusive Knickerbocker Club in New York City, which was originally chartered in 1871. This was the first time a film had been granted permission to shoot there.
What's your connection with Janet Dunn?
Michael Jordon: She's my brother.
When Michael uses the Sony remote to change the channel on the Sony TV in Nathan's bedroom, the channel number doesn't change. In 1981, there could have been a cable box, but none was visible and Michael was holding the TV remote, not a cable remote.
The main cast is identified at the end with a brief scene in which they were involved that freezes as the actor and character name is shown, except for Richard Widmark, who is credited over the scene of the exploding helicopter.
In a deleted scene, while trying to get out of New York, Kate has Michael dressed up & disguised as an old woman when they are stopped by a cop on the street. The cop asks Kate if the red car parked next to the sidewalk is her car. He looks at Michael, who dressed as the old woman & says to him "Well, why aren't you saying anything?". Kate tells the cop "Oh, my aunt here is a deaf mute". Michael mistakenly keeps noting his head. The cop asks "How come she can hear what I'm saying?". Kate quickly replies "She can't but she can read lips", Michael nods his head again. Some parts of this deleted scene were shown in the trailer to the movie.
$3,597,244 (USA) (6 June 1982)