Though required at the time of the production 1970s, this warning was not in an existence during the film's time period of the 1930s.
When the gang members stop for fuel, while driving the Rolls Royce, the gas pump says "Contains Lead".
Benjamin Aina, prosecuting, told a jury at Southwark Crown Court in south London that when police asked what he had thrown away, he said: "Just one spliff."Phillips, who wrote the group's hit 21 Seconds, was cleared of illegally possessing ammunition at his home.
He told the jury that he lived elsewhere in south London - at Forest Hill - and had let friends use a flat he owned in Lambeth.
09/26/03 Before 1934, “G-Man” was underworld slang for any and all government agents. Edgar Hoover’s Bureau of Investigation were so little known that they were often confused with Secret Service or Prohibition Bureau agents.
By 1935, though, only one kind of Government employee was known by that name, the Special Agents of the FBI.