R | | Action, Comedy, Crime
An accountant is chased by bounty hunters, the F.B.I., and the Mafia after jumping bail.
In the opening credits Robert De Niro is billed as Robert DeNiro.
In many action scenes (car chase, the rapids, falls, etc) the use of stuntmen for De Niro and Grodin is obvious.
In the opening credits, Robert De Niro's name is spelled Robert DeNiro.
In the scene for theatrical release, when Dorfler is in his hotel room eating french fries, and Carmine-The-Bail-Jumper, is handcuffed to a pipe in the bathroom, Dorfler addresses Carmine as "Hey Scumbag," and Carmine reassures that his name is not such by replying, "The name's 'Carmine', Fucko!" In the alternate version for TV, his reply is "The name's 'Carmine', Fatso!"
$5,506,290 (USA) (20 July 1988)
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