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Dressed as a clown, the clever rascal Grimm holds up the most secure bank of Montreal and takes 30 hostages. While confusing and ridiculing the police with his strange behavior, he calmly ... See full summary »
Quick Change (1990) was the last adaptation of a Jay Cronley novel for around fourteen years until the French film Nos amis les flics (2004) which was adapted from his novel "Cheap Shot". The first filmed version of Quick Change (1990)'s source novel "Quick Change" was a French film too, Hold-Up (1985), which starred Jean-Paul Belmondo.
The airline operating the flight from Montreal to Paris is first shown as the fictional "TA" airline, as seen on the ticket folders or air sickness bag held by some characters and on the display board above the gate (which shows the flight number as "TA 403"). However, a P.A. announcement repeatedly refers to the same flight as "Air Canada flight 403". The airport scene concludes with the captain's announcement welcoming passengers aboard Air Canada followed by shots of an Air Canada Boeing 747 taking off.
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