Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Starring: Gene Wilder, Jill Clayburgh, Patrick McGoohan, Richard Pryor
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime, Romance, Thriller
New this month 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?
New this month 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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