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Rewind ArchiveThis was Fiorentino's second film role after her appearance in "Vision Quest". She later appeared in "After Hours" that same year.
Rewind ArchiveIn 1987, this movie eventually sparked a Nintendo video game entitled "Gotcha! The Sport!" The game was made by LJN, which also made a series of paintball toys from the game and the movie but were quickly taken off the shelves for obious reasons.
Rewind ArchiveJsu Garcia/Nick Corri previously appeared in "A Nightmare on Elm Street" a year earlier, as Rod Lane.
Thanks to Zach BrutscheCo-writer, Dan Gordon, went on to write box office hits such as "Passenger 57" and "The Hurricane". He also founded a film school in Sedona, AZ, The Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Filmmaking.
Thanks to Aka: &Quot;Teen Agent&Quot;It's likely that this movie was one of the inspirations for the Richard Grieco vehicle "If Looks Could Kill".
Thanks to GregAnthony Edwards of course also starred as Goose in "Top Gun (1986) as well as Gilbert Lowell in "Revenge of the Nerds" (1984) and "Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise" (1987). He also played Dr. Mark Greene on "ER" for many years.
Thanks to Gotcha!FanManThe Playboy magazine that Jonathan and Manolo are looking at at the French newsstand is the October 1984 (France) issue!
Thanks to TerdNthePoolGGBIn the classroom scene with the tiger and actor David Wohl as the teacher (who also played Dean Ulich in Revenge of the Nerds along with Anthony Edwards), A shot of the students in their seats shows a guy wearing a red sweatshirt with the 2 big white letters AB on it. Perhaps a tribute to Revenge of the Nerds?
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 "Gotcha!".
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