Starsky & Hutch

Trivia: In the end when Starsky is given the new Torino, the two men giving it to him are the actors (Paul Michael Glaser and David Soul) who played Starsky and Hutch in the original 1970s TV series.

T Poston

Trivia: Towards the end at the raffle, Starsky is disguised as a old man who keeps saying "Do it." This character was made famous by Ben Stiller (who played Starsky) in "The Ben Stiller Show," a TV program from the early 1990s.

T Poston

Trivia: David Soul absolutely hated this film. However, he did enjoy working with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson.

Gavin Jackson

Trivia: David Soul, who played Hutch in the original television series, had this to say about the show's legacy. 'Paul and I made that show. Not the car. Screw the car. Paul and I were the stars, not that piece of junk.'

Allister Cooper, 2011

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Continuity mistake: Starsky and Hutch are both called in to the boss' office after robbing a bookie and destroying a Cadillac's roof. When Hutch walks into the office, the top drawer on the right side on the boss is closed. But when the shot changes to the boss when he starts talking to Hutch, the drawer is open. (00:05:20)

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Jeff: Who are you guys?
Hutch: My name's Kansas. And this is my little man, Toto.

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Question: Why do Starsky and Hutch come back in the car after visiting Big Earl in the prison when they went to see him at the bar on motorcycles?

Answer: It's entirely possible, since they were not wearing their disguises at the prison, that they had already changed clothes, and therefore, could change vehicles.


Answer: They wore disguises to blend in the biker bar and talk up Big Earl as plausible drug dealers, but when they discovered he was in prison, they figured going in as cops would intimidate him and could offer him a deal. When they said they would get him a radio.

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