During filming the producers tried to have the city move the sculpture, by Alexander Calder on Dearborn Avenue, over a few feet in order to accommodate a bus chase. Due to the immensity of the sculpture and the fact that it is made of solid steel, the city declined and the scene was cut.
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Part of the Moscow Scenes were filmed in Budapest, Hungary at the Castle of Buda. A few hungarian actors had roles at the film; most notable is Gabor Koncz, who played the brother of the main villain.
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