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Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995) Poster

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The character name "Jimmy the Saint" is taken from the 1973 song "Lost in the Flood" by Bruce Springsteen.
Writer Scott Rosenberg created the distinctive slang-based vocabulary used by the characters in the film by mixing Vietnam slang and biker slang, and adding in some of his own original diction.
According to Jenny McCarthy during an interview on Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993), Christopher Walken "smelled like formaldehyde" and nibbled from an apple that had turned brown which he kept in his pocket.
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Film title is taken from a Warren Zevon song of the same name, from his 1991 release "Mr. Bad Example".
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Scott Rosenberg wrote the script in two weeks. It was partly in reaction to the death of his father from cancer.
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The red convertible that Jimmy drives is a 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royal.
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The production began on August 24, 1994 and shot for 34 days on over 25 interiors and exteriors in and around the city of Denver, Colorado.
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