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These credits were surprisingly complete with just under 2,000 names listed! They are also unique in that they are broken
down by department, a much nicer way of displaying the names than the usual meaningless mix that most movies display.
Unfortunately, there are some obvious omissions here, the greatest of which is the fact that the City of Oakland is nowhere
to be mentioned. Not only was Oakland a major filming location during the downtown chase, but, were it not for the efforts of
Ami Zins at the Oakland Film Office, this film might have been shot entirely in Australia instead (that thank-you was included,
though, in the end credits of The Matrix Revolutions). Also, the listings for the U.S. Construction & Paint Department and
U.S. Locations Department were somewhat slim contrasted to other departments. For the latter, in addition to Novak, Wolfson,
Martorano, and Moody, they should also have listed TreJulie Stamos, Peggy Baslow, Saisie Jang, and many more (see the previous page for the complete list). By the way, you can also download a high-quality version (Zipped JPG, 3.4 megabytes) of the credits scroll.

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