PG-13 | | Action, Drama, Thriller
A presidential bodyguard is assigned to protect an objecting first lady, as repeated attempts are made on her life.
Footage of the Presidential Inauguration seen in this movie is actually that of President Jimmy Carter's. Specifically, the long shot of the event shows the swearing-in of Vice President Walter Mondale, whose wife Joan Mondale was wearing red, the color of the woman's clothing standing center stage in the long shot (Rosalynn Carter wore a teal-colored outfit).
Lara Royce Craig:
Well, we've made it to Pickett's Charge. 15,000 men died here.
Jay Killion: Now it's 15,001.
Faded paint on the top rear exterior wall of Killian's hotel in Washington D.C. reads "Mar Vista Hotel" which is in Santa Monica (where scene actually filmed).
$2,787,449 (USA) (9 January 1987)
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