R | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
A vulgar private detective is hired to find a missing groupie and is drawn into a mystery involving a series of murders tied to the music industry.
When Ford Fairlane and Smiley are fighting on the ledge of the Capitol Records building, right after Ford says to Smiley, "'ello 'ello, fuck-face!" a silhouette of someone (presumably Julian Grendel) is visible, performing Pete Townsend's "windmill" guitar strum on the next floor above.
You got to shave before you leave the house in a dress like that... and I don't mean your legs.
The level of juice in the mug Coleen Sutton drinks from during her visit.
$6,374,391 (USA) (15 July 1990)