R | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
A detective investigating a series of murders becomes involved with a woman who may be the culprit.
In addition to the deleted scenes from the DVD, and the Lorraine Bracco scenes from the television premiere, the theatrical trailer features a glimpse at yet another scene not in the final cut. In it, a guy recognizes Keller and draws a gun on him, to which Keller... ...
So the emcee asks, "What's the most romantic place you've ever made love to your wife?" And this guy's thinking, he's got a brain like a pea, but he's thinking, and he says, "In the butt!"
(at around 1h 06 mins) When Helen says "Look, why don't you come over to my house tonight for dinner...'' you can clearly see Frank's right hand reaching for his right shoe to lace it. Then you see Frank's right knee when he is putting his leg down.
Several scenes featuring as Al Pacino's wife were cut before release and reinserted for the film television premiere. These additions were all included on the Universal Thrillers VHS edition of the film. They are as follows: 1) Frank sees a suspicious man on the street and calls for back-up from a nearby pay phone. It is revealed that this man is a personal bodyguard for a child at a nearby school. Parts of this scene were included in the original theatrical trailer. 2) The complete scene with Lorraine Bracco in which she pleads with Frank to stop bothering her and her husband. She also reveals that she is pregnant. 3) Frank comes home to his apartment and is surprised by his father, played by William Hickey, who is already in the apartment. His father tells him about an old partner who just passed away.
$10,017,840 (USA) (17 September 1989)
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