R | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
The Sheriff of a suburban New Jersey community, populated by New York City police officers, slowly discovers the town is a front for mob connections and corruption.
Debbie Harry acted in the movie, but was edited out in the final cut. She explained on a live television special that although she was cut, she still got paid.
Every precinct has its cop bar - a private club - all blue. For the 3-7 it was the Four Aces, just across the river.
Freddy Heflin is supposedly deaf in his right ear, as evident from the very beginning of the film (the alarm clock scene). However at Superboy's uniform funeral, when being asked if he is completely deaf, Freddy answers that "it's just this one ear" and points at his left ear.
A police car's flashing light sweeps across the credits as they are displayed.
A newly released Special Edition DVD restores approximately 15 minutes of scenes that were cut or extended from the theatrical version.
$13,510,482 (USA) (17 August 1997)
$44,886,089 (USA) (16 November 1997)
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