"The police station was filmed at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Ridley liked it because of the art deco and neo-Fascist architecture and
because of its immensity. We built Bryant's office at the station, but made
one giant mistake. We built it around the access to the ladies' bathroom so
that every time we started shooting, some little old lady would want to use
-Katherine Haber (Production Executive)
"All police uniforms were original designs for the film. There is a computer
and watch set into the glove and visors have wires attached to them so that
they light up at night--there is no need for torches or flashlights. They
carry truncheons as well as guns.
"This is not a police state. While there are foot police in the street
scenes and police cars can be seen, there are not an inordinate number. There
are small, one-man booths throughout the city mainly used for surveilance of
the huge crowds."
-Michael Deeley (Producer)
Designed by Charles Knode and Michael Kaplan, the police costume combines the
style of the 1940's with projections of the future.
4th Sector- one of the sections Deckard pass through during his hunt for the