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The exterior shots of Miami airport were filmed at the old Ontario [California] Airport terminal. The old terminal is still standing, but it was converted to office space when the new Ontario Airport opened. See more »
When Frank is talking to Cheryl Ann in the hallway, he is seen at one point leaning against the wall. In a subsequent shot, he is seen standing upright and then purposefully leans against the wall. See more »
Tell me this, Barry Allen, Secret Service. How did you know I wouldn't look in your wallet?
Frank Abagnale, Jr.:
The same reason the Yankees always win. Nobody can keep their eyes off the pinstripes.
The Yankees win because they have Mickey Mantle.
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An all-around good movie worth seeing. The plot is pretty basic: Quick-thinking kid from a broken family that he loved. He spent the next few years playing a pilot, doctor, and lawyer. Think "Pretender" (the television series) but based on real events. The surprise was the unique relationship of the FBI agent and the con-man in their cat-and-mouse chase they have over the years around the globe. An engaging film that you are curious to see how it ends. That goes even for my girlfriend who stayed awake for the entire movie because she was captivated by it [Note: she has slept thru "Gladiator", "Shakespeare in Love", "Elizabeth", and the "Fellowship of the Ring" because they (apparently) didn't peak her interest]. So if your date is the discriminating-type, he/she should be able to sit through this movie and enjoy it.
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