The Blues Brothers (1980)

Paying the Price

Jake (John Belushi) and Elwood (Dan Aykroyd) pay the church’s taxes, but are eventually caught by a storm of armed officers.

Directed by John Landis.

Released in 1980 by Universal.

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  • primary-genre: Comedy
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  • mood: Exciting
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  • prop: Handcuffs
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  • setting: Bank
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  • setting: Chicago
  • theme: Consequences
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  • actor: John Belushi
  • actor: Dan Aykroyd
  • actor: Steven Spielberg
  • director: John Landis
  • producer: Robert K. Weiss
  • producer: David Sosna
  • producer: Bernie Brillstein
  • producer: George Folsey Jr.
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  • costume-designer: Deborah Nadoolman
  • production-designer: John J. Lloyd
  • role-name: Elwood Blues
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  • screenwriter: Dan Aykroyd
  • screenwriter: John Landis
  • year: 1980
  • studio: Universal