I watched The French Connection with Danny tonight. In a scene where Hackman is beating the hell out of a suspect, Danny looked at me, and noted that it isn't legal to kick the crap out of someone that is already handcuffed-and that he never read him his rights.
That had me wondering when the movie was made, and when the Miranda decision came down. The movie was from '71, and the Miranda decision was '66. Danny was correct, they should have read him his rights.
Other great moments watching with Danny:
In the beginning where the Frenchman is going into the lobby of his apartment with a baguette tucked under his arm, and gets shot.
"That's a waste of a perfectly good baguette."