Gleaming the Cube Trivia
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Thanks to Anthony"Gleaming the Cube" is also known as "A Brother's Justice" when it was aired on television.
Thanks to Robby DelosierNear the end of the movie, the skating clique is told to meet at Katella and Harbor. Everyone in Orange County knows that Katella and Harbor is where Disneyland is.
Rewind ArchiveLegendary professional skater, Tony Hawk, plays the role of Buddy, a member of Brian's skateboarding clique.
Thanks to Ginsu VictimThe guy driving the Corvette that Christian Slater holds onto toward the end of the movie is veteran stuntman Buddy Joe Hooker, who was also stunt coordinator on the film. Fans of many an action movie have seen his work without knowing it, such as the stunt driving in Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof".
Thanks to MotormikeThe location of the high school lunch table shoot was Woodbridge High School in Irvine, California.
Thanks to Keith HodgesIn one of the scenes where Christian Slater and his clique are walking through the lunch tables, you can see Adam Keefe in the background talking on the phone. He is wearing a lettermans jacket. You can't miss him, he is only 6'9"! Adam played for the Atlanta Hawks and Utah Jazz NBA basketball teams. He graduated in 1988.
Thanks to C.J.Brians skate crew is made up of most of Powell Peralta's Bones Brigade, including Tony Hawk, Mike McGill, Tommy Guerrero, Steve Caballero, Rodney Mullen, Ray Barbie and many many more.
Thanks to TriciaStacy Peralta, of the famed board company Powell-Peralta, created the documentary 'Dogtown and the Z-Boys'.
Thanks to Rob ParkerThe actor who plays Grenig is Christian Jacobs, who is the lead singer of the very unusual ska-punk band 'The Aquabats'. They are from Huntington Beach, California.
Rewind ArchiveRodney Mullen can be seen doing flatground tricks toward the beginning of the end credits.
Thanks to AndresMark "Gator" Rogowski who was probably the top skateboarder of the 80's is now serving a life sentence in prison for murder. His story is depicted in the documentary "Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator"
There's often fake stuff floating round, y'know? -Like the 'ghost boy' that can allegedly be seen in "Three Men And A Baby".
But, nothing bogus that we know yet for "Gleaming the Cube".
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