Directed by: John Landis
Starring: Dan Aykroyd, Frank Oz, John Goodman, Tom Davis, Walter Levine
Genres: Action, Comedy, Musical
Question: Is it ever specified in this movie or in any of the books or biographies written about the Blues Brothers exactly where, when or how Jake dies?
Chosen answer: No. We only know that he died sometime during his jail term. There's no more explanation after that.
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Mighty Mack: The suit's real neat, but do I have to wear the hat?Elwood Blues: These are unsophisticated men. They only respond to fear and the draw of lucre. We elicit this by using iconographic symbols, and psychological intimidation. The way we look together presents a uniform image of strength and organization. Don't say anything. Look mean. No smiling.
Just after they dump the tacks out of the window, the Russians' car flies up into the air in a really quite impressive car crash. Just before it flips over though, you can see the huge ramp put in front of it.
The police car they use is marked as "K-9 - canine patrol". John Belushi's brother James was in a movie called K-9. He was meant to appear in this, but couldn't due to other commitments.