Freebie and Bean, two San Francisco police detectives, have one goal in life: to bring down Red Meyers, a local hijacking boss. After many fruitless months they finally collect an important piece of evidence. However, before they can get an arrest warrant, they hear the news of the hitman being hired to kill Meyers.
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Above all... It's a love story.
Did You Know?
The original 1972 draft by Floyd Mutrux
was very different from the actual film. The screenplay was set in Cleveland, Ohio, instead of San Francisco, California. See more
When Freebie and the Bean lose the head-on collision battle with the van, their crumbling Ford then makes a right turn down a wrong way street, and collapses on the right-hand side of the street. In the next shot, the car is way on the left and even next to another car which wasn't there previously. See more
Hi, Fred. We got a little accident. Could you send a tow truck, please, to 618 Elm Street? Hold it. It's the, uh, third floor, apartment 304.
During opening credits, as people walk in front of the camera, the older names are erased and the newer names appear. See more
Featured in Vito
title theme: You and Me
Vocals by Bobby Hart
Music and lyrics by Dominic Frontiere
, Bobby Hart
, Danny Janssen See more