PG | | Comedy, Crime
A small time arms dealer in South America to sell weapons to the revolutionaries, winds up negotiating the sale of an experimental plane to the nation's dictator.
This film was the third film that Composer Arthur B. Rubinstein composed the music for in which the film had a story-line that involved war or special military weapons. The other films were War Games and Blue Thunder, both released during the Summer of 1983.
You got a nice flame job there, Becha. I'm gon' gi'ya a lil' touchup! A lil' touchup! Just a lil' touchup for ya!
San Miguel is stated (by Masaggi) as a neighboring country of Costa Rica. While Eddie Muntz is being robbed on Christmas Eve, both he and the Robber Man show breath (indicating cold weather). The average low temp for Costa Rica is 68 degrees, far to warm to show breath condensation.
CBS edited 5 minutes from this film for its 1988 network television premiere.
$3,520,605 (USA) (6 November 1983)
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