The Terminator (1984)
This is theoretically possible if you consider the principle of a self-cleaning oven (SCO). The typical SCO is heated to an internal temperature in excess of 800 degrees Fahrenheit and is maintained there for hours. At the end of the process, any organic residue is reduced to grey ash which can be wiped off with a rag.
The body of the Terminator was in the fuel truck fire for only a short time, but the fire was likely burning at temperatures well in excess of 1000 degrees F. This could have been enough to leave a clean metal endoskeleton with no charred flesh on it.
- 01 Central Police Station. 100 West First Street 90012
- 02 Lincoln Heights Police Station. This station was closed by the 1940s and its number deactivated. The --number was reactivated in 1966 for Rampart Police Station.
- 03 University Police Station. Name changed to Southwest Police Station.
- 04 Boyle Heights Police Station. Name changed to Hollenbeck Police Station. 2111 East First Street 90033
- 05 San Pedro Police Station. Combined in 1962 with Wilmington Substation and renamed Harbor Division.
- 06 Hollywood Police Station.
- 07 Wilshire Police Station.
- 08 Sawtelle Police Station. Renamed West Los Angeles Police Station.
- 09 Valley Police Station. Renamed Van Nuys Police Station.
- 10 Wilmington Substation. This station was deactivated and its number later reassigned to West Valley Police Station.
- 11 Eagle Rock Division. This station's name was changed when moved to Highland Park (approximately 1920's) and then again to today's Northeast Police Station.
- 12 77th Street Police Station.
- 13 Newton Street Police Station.
- 14 Venice Police Station. Renamed Pacific Police Station.
- 15 Georgia Street Police Station. This station was deactivated and its number was later reassigned to North Hollywood Police Station.
- 16 Foothill Police Station.
- 17 Devonshire Police Station.
- 18 Southeast Police Station.
- 19 Mission Police Station.
- 20 Olympic Police Station
- 21 Topanga Police Station
- A: Two officer patrol unit ("Adam")
- D: SWAT ("David")
- E: Ticket writing car
- L: One officer patrol unit. ("Lincoln"); ( "X" or "T" units shall use the letter "L" following the regular service letter when applicable.):traffic supervisor, TL units usually carry the rank of Sergeant
- M: Motorcycle unit ("Mary"); (MQ: motorcycle on special assignment, MQ: DUI enforcement)
- C or "cycle": Bicycle unit
- CP: Command Post
- FB: Foot Beat (foot patrol)
- T: Traffic investigator ("Tom")
- TL: Traffic single officer car or field supervisor (a Sergeant in a Traffic Division)
- SLO: Senior Lead Officer
- G: Gang enforcement unit ("George")
- H: Detective ("Henry")
- J: Juvenile Investigator
- N: Narcotics
- R: Metro Unit
- W: Detective ("William")
- U: Report-taking Unit ("Union")
- V: Vice ("Victor")
- OP: Observation Post (normally, a small bus operating as a mobile command unit for major incidents)
- Q: Special detail (Not to be assigned radio calls. Works on a specific crime mission)
- X: Extra patrol ("X-ray")
- Z: Special detail ("Zebra"); (Not to be assigned radio calls. Works on a specific crime mission)
- Carrow's restaurant (as Big Jeff's restaurant) where Sarah Connor worked was filmed only 0.6 miles (1Km) from Pee Wee's house in Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985).
- Sarah Connor's apartment was filmed only ¼ mile (500 meters) from the title location of Car Wash (1976). See filming locations for both movies.
- the punker,
- the gun store owner
- the first two Sarah Connors
- Matt and Ginger
- three Tech Noir patrons
- 17 police officers (not fully established until the sequel)
- Sarah's mother
- the truck driver (although he may have only knocked him out).
Kyle Reese doesn't count: even though the Terminator wounds and roughs him up, Reese eventually dies from the explosive impact of his own bomb.