Lethal Weapon 3

Trivia: The building that explodes in the beginning of the film (due to Mel Gibson messing with the bomb) was the old city hall in downtown Orlando, Florida, where the scene was shot. In reality, only half the building collapsed from the explosion.

Trivia: After the building collapses in the beginning, the bomb-squad guy who claps (making fun of Riggs's and Murtaugh's goof up) is in real life Bill Frederick, the mayor of Orlando at the time the scene was filmed.

Trivia: When Delores calls herself the "Road Warrior", it's a fairly naked reference to Mel's prior role in the three Mad Max films. (00:11:15)

johnrosa

Trivia: Murtagh's boat is called "Code 7". This is the L.A.P.D. code for a lunch break.

Trivia: This is the only Lethal Weapon movie in which non of the villains ever enter the Murtaugh family home. It is also the only movie in which Riggs' deceased wife is never spoken about.

mightymick

Trivia: Keep watching until the end of the closing credits for a bonus scene.

Trivia: Carrie Fisher was an uncredited script doctor.

Cubs Fan

Continuity mistake: In the hockey game, the teams playing are the Los Angeles Kings and the Toronto Maple Leafs. You can notice the real logos when the camera is away from the action. When it gets closer, though (probably because of copyrights), the maple leaf is turned into a spades (from cards) with only "Toronto" written and the Kings' word and crown in the logo become just an "LA" with a slightly different shape.

More mistakes in Lethal Weapon 3

Roger Murtaugh: I knew you couldn't stop smoking.
Martin Riggs: I'm only smoking to take my mind off my dog biscuit problem.
Roger Murtaugh: What dog biscuit problem?
Martin Riggs: Well I've been chasing more cars lately and y'know, when I try and lick my balls I keep falling off the couch.

More quotes from Lethal Weapon 3

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