Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Starring: Gene Wilder, Jill Clayburgh, Patrick McGoohan, Richard Pryor
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime, Romance, Thriller
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?
Answer: Most likely it was a production decision. Having multiple extra actors continually smoking during multiple takes and over hours of filming would make for a smokey set, affect breathing and burn peoples' eyes, be a fire hazard, and create consistency problems with cigarettes being in various stages of use (freshly lit or almost down to a stub).
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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.
When Richard Pryor is ramming the police cars after saying "demolition derby", as the shot changes he is not wearing any glasses then he's wearing sunglasses, next shot no glasses, then sunglasses again, then back to none.