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While filming the scene where the ice cream truck flips over, the stunt didn't go according to plan. A telephone-pole size beam of wood was placed inside so it would flip end over end, but the truck only flipped once and slid on its roof right into the camera. Gene Poole, dolly grip on the film, pulled the cameraman out of the way at the last second. Subsequently, Poole's name is listed on one of the time cards when Bill is putting his card back after being told by Bubba that he must work more hours than he is going to get paid for.
Man At Cashpoint:
Honey, come on over here, sugarbuns. This machine just called me an asshole.
The M60 fires too many rounds when it fires at the people in the Dixie Boy. The Belt of ammunition does not have that many rounds in it.
King's thoughts and further info on these cuts can be read in the book "The Lost Work of Stephen King" by Stephen J. Spignesi.
$3,205,644 27 July 1986