Samuel L. Jackson's and Emilio Estevez's characters "Colt and Luger" were named after guns. William Shatner's "General Mortars" was named after an Army weapon, and also after the General Motors automobile company.
What you have Irv?
Lt. Irv Lansing: Oh, I'm not sure Sarg. It's a nagging, itching, burning sensation.
Wes Luger: What the hell do you expect? Your foot's on fire!
When Colt and Luger first arrive at the "Squealer's Hotel" and get out of the car, the camera man and boom mic operator are visible in the window behind the two as they walk towards the other cops.
There's also a deleted scene that was shown on the TNT Network version where Luger finds out that York is dead from a motorist who "just happens to be passing by." The motorist is played by Christopher Lambert.
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