R | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
Jerry Lundegaard's inept crime falls apart due to his and his henchmen's bungling and the persistent police work of the quite pregnant Marge Gunderson.
In the scene with a police officer interviewing a bartender about his report of a funny-looking guy out at White Bear lake, they are both wearing heavy parkas with hoods pulled up concealing their faces. In reality, if it was warm enough to have ... ...
I'm, uh, Jerry Lundegaard.
Carl Showalter: You're Jerry Lundegaard?
Jerry Lundegaard: Ya. Shep Proudfoot said...
Carl Showalter: Shep said you'd be here at 7:30. What gives, man?
Jerry Lundegaard: Shep said 8:30.
Carl Showalter: We've been sitting here an hour. He's
Carl Showalter: peed three times already.
Jerry Lundegaard: I'm sure sorry. Shep told me 8:30. It ...
Nightcrawlers would rarely be used as an ice fishing bait and typically are not even available in the middle of winter. (However although they appear to be in a paper bag, it is foil-lined, which is appropriate for this kind of bait.)
A symbol similar to the Artist Formerly Known as Prince is in the credits as "victim in field", but it is not him, it is J. Todd Anderson, the storyboard artist.
$137,301 (USA) (19 July 1996)