Friday and Streebek are assigned to some very strange robberies, like i.e. the stealing of one bat, a 30 feet long snake and the mane of a lion from a zoo. All the latest BAIT magazines were also recently stolen, and some chemichals that when are mixed correctly develops a very deadly gas. All these thefts have one thing in common; visit cards with the word "PAGAN" left at the crime scenes. Solving these crimes, including why plenty of police vehicles have been stolen lately, involves the usual; to drink coffee at strip tease bars, rescue kidnapped virgins from drowning and lose the job. Written by
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They're so bad at being bad... but so much worse at being good!
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Did You Know?
The "police" aircraft used to force down the Reverend's jet and rescue Connie is a 1963 American supersonic Northrop/Thornton T-38A jet trainer, Construction Number 5518, tail number N638TC, owned (as of October 2010) by the Thornton Aircraft Corporation of San Marino, California. It was the world's first and most produced supersonic jet trainer. It remains in service as of 2010 in air forces throughout the world. It is one of the few T-38 jet aircraft in private ownership. See more
The placement of Jerry's left arm when he's talking to Jonathan in the cemetery. See more
And if I may a toast... to Granny Mundy: may you live as long as you want but never want as long as you live.
Towards the end of the film, when Streebeck arrests Muzz, he raps him his rights. In the closing credits there is an extended version of this, with Friday and Streebeck rapping about rights, as well as about the PAGAN ritual they witnessed. See more
Follows Dragnet 1966
City of Crime
Performed by Dan Aykroyd
and Tom Hanks
Featuring Glenn V. Hughes III
(as Glenn Hughes) and Pat Thrall
Written by Peter Aykroyd
, Dan Aykroyd
and Pat Thrall
Produced by J.B. Moore and Robert Ford
Associate Producers: Peter Aykroyd
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