Directed by: James Fargo
Starring: Bradford Dillman, Clint Eastwood, Harry Guardino, Tyne Daly
Genres: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Corrected entry: In the scene in the church where Harry needs information from a priest, he throws him into a confessional so hard that the wall separates revealing how flimsy it is. (01:22:55)
Correction: It's not the wall that separates. The inside of the confessional was lined with soundproofing tiles, like those you'd see on a ceiling. It's the tiles that move, which would happen in real life. It's the construction style of how they're placed that causes this, just like how easy it it to push a some ceiling tiles up.
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Kate Moore: You laugh at me, you bastard, and I'll shoot you where you stand.
When the soldier demonstrates the bazooka on a truck, the projectile hits the front of the truck, but the explosion comes from near the back of the truck.
In the film two hoods are called "Lalo" and "Buchinski". "Lalo" is a reference to Lalo Schifrin, composer of the other "Dirty Harry" movie soundtracks. "Buchinski" was the real last name of the actor Charles Bronson.