Directed by: Peter Segal
Starring: Fred Ward, George Kennedy, Leslie Nielsen, O.J. Simpson, Priscilla Presley
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime
Question: Even despite the extreme circumstances as presented in this movie, does any producer or director of any live show have any real control over whether a network goes to commercial or not?
Chosen answer: Yes. Any live show can go to commercial at any time. It's a way to have a check against things going wrong.
Question: Were any of O.J. Simpson's scenes cut due to his then-impending murder trial?
Chosen answer: According to the IMDB, the only scene cut out was an extended version of Norberg and Ed's visiting Dreben near the beginning of the film. So you can assume the rest of Simpson's scenes were left in.
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Frank Drebin: Hey, Rocco. Who's the old bag? She take one in the face?Rocco: She's my mother.Frank Drebin: Oh. Mrs. Dillon, your son is a ruthless, sadistic, cold-blooded animal. You must be very proud of him.Mrs. Dillon: I am.
When Frank is going to look for a disguise he drives into a parking meter. The way the parking meter lies on the hood of the car changes between shots.
In the credits, after the entry for weapons handler, there's a credit for concealed weapons handler, a Leon Czolgosz. In case you were wondering, Czolgosz was the anarchist who killed President McKinely in 1901 at the Pan-American Exhibition in Buffalo (New York) by concealing a handgun under a bandage.