The Hollywood Knights

The Hollywood Knights (1980)

Factual error: Tony Danza inserts the 8-track tape into the player upside down - as indicated by the tape's label.

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Suggested correction: This entry is completely false. The problem with this scene is that Duke (Tony Danza) does not push the 8-track tape all the way in where it would click into place. It is very clear that the tape is inserted upright because you can read the tape's label. The person who posted that the tape is upside down only posted a blatant lie. I watched the scene just now for the 2nd and 3rd time to verify this.

Factual error: When the tape is inserted into the player, "California Dreamin'" comes out of the speakers...not in October 1965. That single was released in November, and the Album released the following year. Only albums and compilations were recorded on 8-tracks, and neither would have been on that tape.

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Suggested correction: It was released December 8, 1965.

Factual error: When officer Bimbeau is locked in the restroom, officer Clark shoots the lock eight times -- with a six-shot Smith & Wesson revolver.

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