Directed by: John Frankenheimer
Starring: Bernard Fresson, Fernando Rey, Gene Hackman, Philippe Leotard
Genres: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Corrected entry: In the aftermath of the hotel fire, how come Popeye Doyle wasn't arrested and charged with arson and attempted murder? He did, after all, torch the place in a fit of rage.
Correction: There are plenty of times when a person isn't charged because the police either don't have enough evidence, or they know the circumstances surrounding an event, and figure public sympathy would be too great for a conviction.
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Jimmy Doyle: Jack Daniel's.French Barkeeper: Jacques qui?Jimmy Doyle: Jackie, yeah, Jackie Daniel's.French Barkeeper:?Jimmy Doyle: Scotch, right there, El Scotcho.French Barkeeper: Whisky?Jimmy Doyle: Here we go.French Barkeeper: Avec glace? (With ice?).Jimmy Doyle: Yeah, in a glass.
When Doyle arrives at the dock at the beginning of the movie, we see Doyle from behind. A boy with a yellow shirt and a girl with a flower dress pass him on his right side. However, there is a change of shot, and now we see him from the front, and behind him we see the boy and the girl, but instead of being at his right side, they're at his left.