The Gauntlet (1977)
When facing down the biker gang (many of which were also in the Every Which Way films as the Black Widows), he refers to one them disparagingly one of them Clyde
Mentioned in the dialogue.
Alabama pounds on Clarence's chest, screaming "don't you die on me" after he is shot by a cop, the same as Gus to Ben in "The Gauntlet"
Mike: "Rosie O'Donnell, in 'The Gauntlet'"
16 Blocks was heavily inspired by The Gauntlet. Both films feature an alcoholic detective escorting a loud-mouthed witness, only to find that the city's police force wants the witness dead. Both films end with the protagonists driving a city bus through a gauntlet of police officers.
Many people trying to stop a bus