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Riggs' actual age has never been mentioned in the movie, nor in the sequels. Using clues in the movies we can conclude he is in his early thirties. The script In an early draft of the script by Shane Black from January 86 it's said on the second page with the character descriptions that Riggs is 36 years old (thirty-six in August, says the script). ...


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She was poisoned. Stumbling and falling could have been caused by the poison - not by a desire to kill herself. The cops didn't have any witnesses of the fall. No video. No suicide note. The bed had vestiges of someone else. Her pills were poisoned. Everything points to murder, not suicide. We saw her jumping, but the cops didn't and the evidence points ...


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The name of the stunt is a Free Fall. As opposed to using a bungee cord or parachute or cable restraint mechanism, a Free Fall stunt uses only a air bag or other type of landing platform to protect the stuntman from certain squishy death. As water does not compress, a pool is not well suited for very high jumps, especially when it's not a perfect dive. ...


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What's the highest even done for a film? The highest jump till today is done in Sharky's Machine, which is 220 feet. As per source, At 220 feet, the stunt from Atlanta's Hyatt Regency Hotel (doubling for the Westin Peachtree Plaza) still stands as the highest free-fall stunt ever performed from a building for a commercially released film. The stuntman ...


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As much as I remember, nothing in the movies indicates his age, nor gives a clue. This is a quote from the French Wikipedia's page about Martin Riggs: Martin Riggs est né le 16 octobre 1950. En 1969, il rejoint l'Armée de terre des États-Unis à l'âge de 19 ans en tant que membre des Forces spéciales Roughly translated: Martin Riggs was born on 16 ...


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