RoboCop marathon bliss for Rincewind

Having a weekend for myself and what better way to celebrate than a RoboCop marathon,  had almost forgot how damn good the first movie was and how much I dislike the third one.

RoboCop’s first Directive, “Serve the Public Trust,” was inspired by a fortune cookie.



The special-effects were generated with an Commodore Amiga computer.


Robo cabbie

Ironically, 27 years later Detroit did actually file for bankruptcy.


Realizing that the film was running behind schedule and over budget, director Paul Verhoeven and producer Jon Davison purposely didn’t film one crucial scene: Officer Murphy’s death. When production wrapped, they went back to Los Angeles and ‘grimly’ informed the execs that Murphy’s death hadn’t been filmed. So the execs gave them more money and they filmed the scene in a warehouse in Los Angeles.


The standard Copyright notice at the end of RoboCop includes a warning that “This motion picture is protected under the laws of the United States and other countries and its unauthorized duplication, distribution or exhibition may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution by enforcement droids.


About Rincewind

Love my vintage pinups, burlesque, smoking fetish and weirdness. Swedish person lived in Sweden, London and now Prague. Love moving around, metting new people. Open your mind for new experiences.

Posted on October 26, 2013, in Movies and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Cool topic are you all pumped up to see the Robocop remake this year??

  2. Had to bookmark this one yesterday so I could come back to it and I’m SO glad I did. This was just AWESOME my friend! 😀

  3. Did you ever see the RoboCop cartoon series? It was so fucking bad!

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