Though McCloud has been required to turn in his pistol with his badge, he's armed in the last scene, but evidently he's now back on the force and working with Chief Clifford and Sgt. Broadhurst.
After the robbery, the press fails to report an additional $100,000 which the robbers have taken. The latter wonder where it came from, but the script is silent on this point henceforth.
(Title of album in J & T Records plant.)
GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN
There ya go making me want you,
There ya go making me care,
There I go weaving daydreams
Out of moments that we share...
There ya go looking like country
While your eyes are touching mine...
-Song, "There Ya Go" (Glen A. Larson, Bruce Belland)
Jeremy Darnel is given in the credits as Jack Darnel.