Corrected entry: As the train is approaching the station in "Chicago" in the final scene, the train whips past what is clearly the Royal York Hotel in downtown Toronto. Also, as the crowd is rushing out of the coffee shop in "Union Station in Toronto" the first guy pushing through the door is holding a pack of "Craven A" cigarettes in his hand. Not smokes you would buy in the U.S.
Grover Muldoon: So this is Mr. Big.
George Caldwell: That's the man.
Grover Muldoon: You ain't saying shit now, Mr. Big.
Roger Devereau: I must admit that I'm slightly at a loss for words. But on the other hand, I should warn you that you are a killer and you are wanted by the police in every state and I recommend that you, uh... be careful.
Trivia: The train crash at the end of the movie was filmed at Toronto's Union Station. While the layout of Union Station is irrelevant, it's interesting that the train's final position would have required it to cross the tracks at a 90° angle (more or less) and drop down onto the ramp that connects the Great Hall to the passenger departure area.
Question: While a number of cigarettes show up in the silver streak, none appear to be lit. Am I wrong or was this subtle comedy, or production preference?
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