The Black UH-1 used in the film is from Cairo, Ga and is known as "Huey Bee". The Huey was provided by RJR Props in Atlanta, GA. RJR Props owns a fleet of aircraft. RJR also manages the rental of other aircraft which are on loan for use in the Film & Television Industry. The Huey is maintained by it's owner located in Cairo, Ga. The helicopter is transported on a custom trailer, and it can be seen at many events in a 200 mile radius, and at events such as the annual Rattlesnake Roundup in Whigham, Ga. See more »
When Roy extracts the tracker from his tooth and shows him to Dave, the tracking device has an LED that's flashing. While it is understandable that this might be done to make this plot device clearer to see for the viewers, it is very silly to have a blinking light on an implantable tracker. The light would serve no use, and LED lights consume an awful lot of energy. See more »
[watchin Roy extracting his own molar]
No no no! God damn!
Don't worry, Dave, it'll grow back.
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