R | | Action, Comedy, Crime
Jack Cates once again enlists the aid of ex-con Reggie Hammond - this time to take down The Iceman, a ruthless drug lord operating in the San Francisco bay area.
Reggie Hammond had his sentence extended after the events of "48 Hrs. (1982)" for "robbing the payroll." In his role as Billy Ray Valentine in "Trading Places (1983)," he was also arrested for robbing the payroll of Duke & Duke.
Jack, we can work this out! Just let me out of here!
Jack Cates: You're a disgrace, Ben. Nothing worse than a bad cop.
Reggie Hammond: Hey, Jack! Thank you for a very pleasant day! Okay, I got no car, I got no money, and I'm gonna end the day off with this goddamn dope man's Uzi...
When Jack makes a rendering of Burrough's description, he gives his copy to Kehoe but when he questions the bartender he has the copy.
Original workprint of Another 48 Hrs. was 145 minutes long. Movie was cut down to 120 minutes by director Walter Hill or Paramount studio for original planned theatrical summer release, but week before it was to be released Paramount cut additional 25 minutes out of the movie making the final theatrical version only about 93 minutes long. In total, about 50 minutes were deleted from original cut of the movie causing many plot holes and continuity mistakes.
$19,475,559 10 June 1990