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Rush Hour - Hollywood Cordless Phones Must Be Magical
Near the end of the movie, Chris Tucker calls Elizabeth Pena on his cell phone. When she picks up her AT&T phone, it sends out a warning "beep beep" signal that means that the phone is not working. Yet she continues talking on this dead phone...
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MrNomad on 01-12-2000
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Batman writes:
I noticed this too, I had a cordless similar to the one in the film, and it would make that noise when dead. Must be the magic of hollywood!
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tresbigdog writes:
Most of these phones give a "warning" beep a few times before they actually go dead. Thats probably what was going on.....or maybe not who knows.
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