The Dead Pool

Visible crew/equipment: In the radio control car chase scenes over the humpy streets, camera equipment is visible in the rear seat area of the lead car.

Visible crew/equipment: During the climax of the film, when the killer is walking down the dock searching for Calahan, the shadow of the camera man walking behind the killer is visible on the dock throughout the shot.

Visible crew/equipment: When the first car gets blown up by the remote control vehicle, stunt wires are visible coming out of it to aid in the explosion effect.

manthabeat

Visible crew/equipment: Near the beginning after they pull Harry's shot up car upright, there is a shot with a bunch of shadows on the vehicle. One of them is the camera operator and you can see the outline of it.

manthabeat

Continuity mistake: When the killer is using the R/C car bomb to follow Harry and his partner; as the R/C car approaches Harry's stopped car, it starts to swerve to the left, as if to go around. However, in the next shot, the R/C car is perfectly straight again, and lined up to go under Harry's car.

Bishop73

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Harry Callahan: Oh you can set yourself into a bonfire and we'll break out the marshmallows and the weenies but you ain't gonna be on News at Eleven.

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Question: Liam Neeson says he needed Johnny Squares as "a video tie-in." What does he mean by this? How does a music video help a film or vice versa?

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Chosen answer: MTV was extremely popular in 1988, especially with the young demographic his film was intended for. Having a music video tie-in would increase the film's exposure as well as its potential box office performance.

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