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Highlander: The Final Dimension (1994) Poster

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Deborah Kara Unger did her love scenes with Christopher Lambert herself, declining to use a body double.
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During filming in Montreal, two local punk rockers with Mohawk hairdos were hired as extras for a scene wherein they were to attempt mugging the newly awakened Kane (Van Peebles) in a dark alley. The two were paid a nominal fee, thanked for their services before shooting and the scene was dropped from the movie after they were seen taking drugs on the set and overheard plotting to kidnap Mario Van Peebles by driving away in the make-up RV with him in it.
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This film marks the first use of "Bonny Portmore" in the Highlander franchise, as well as the only time within said franchise that the Loreena McKennitt version is used.
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The film is true to the original Highlander (1986) and ignores Highlander II: The Quickening (1991). In Highlander 2, Connor, Ramirez and the Immortals were aliens from the planet Zeist. In the original Highlander. Connor and Ramirez were not aliens from another planet and Highlander 3 takes place 8 years after the original film and is true to the original story and mythology.
Christopher Lambert and Mario Van Peebles had both previously starred in Gunmen (1993) and had become good friends.
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At one point, Christopher Lambert walked off the production over a pay dispute.
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Although Khan's "Warrior #1" is never referred to by name on-screen, the script refers to him as "Khabul Khan."
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Ignores the events of Highlander II: The Quickening (1991) (after the poor reception of Highlander II, the fan-rumor was that this film would be entitled "Highlander III: The Apology").
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The original script featured Rachel Ellenstein and Detective Bedsoe from Highlander (1986), but were written out during rewrites.
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Christopher Lambert enjoyed working with Mario Van Peebles so much the year before on the action film "Gunmen", that when this film presented itself, Lambert immediately suggested the role of Kane to Van Peebles, who accepted right away.
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The original script for the film was radically different from the finished product in that the flashback sequences to place in early 17th century Scotland and early 18th century England. MacLeod had an Immortal friend in the script named Cavanagh who had similar aspects like Ramirez, The main villain in the script was named Kilvera. The script started depicting what happened with Connor after he buried Heather as well as a scene that revealed that he kills Jack the Ripper who was an Immortal as well.
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In early development this was going to be a prequel about Connor arriving in New York at the start of 'The Gathering'.
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Mako plays a similar role to the role he played in Conan the Barbarian (1982) and Conan the Destroyer (1984).
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The scene where Connor practices with his sword outside his desert compound had to be re-shot when it was discovered that sand had got inside the camera and severely damaged the film.
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When preparing for the sex scene between Connor and Alex, Christopher Lambert and Deborah Unger discussed about it and to be sure that they both felt comfortable about doing it and they decided to just go for it.
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Michael Jayston is famous for playing The Valeyard, court prosecutor and a darker future incarnation of The Doctor in the 1986 season of Doctor Who (1963). This film was released 8 years after "Highlander", which was released in 1986.
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In Spain Christopher Lambert's character is known as "Conner MacLeod" after that in the Spanish dubbed voice of Highlander (1986) Connor was turned in "Conner", and all later sequels were adapted in the dubbed voice according with it.
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