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During the title sequence, the bus that Cathy is on going from the airport to the city is Interstate 880 in Oakland, CA. This is the same freeway which would collapse during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. See more »
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And one reason it does is because of the propaganda value it must have for the anti-choice lobby. That notwithstanding, in my 19-year-old eyes, it was quite a thriller. Scott Hylands as the psycho daddy seeking revenge on his wife who aborted their child had dead eyes that drilled right through one.
I have thought of it many times over the years. The climax was a heartstopper. At least back then. I'm glad I grew up. Now that it's available on video, I wonder if Paul Hill will be allowed to order it in prison.
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