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Filmmakers changed the name of the film from "Looters" to "Trespass" after the 1992 Los Angeles Riots, because they worried that the original title would provoke controversy. Loosely based on John Huston's 1948 classic "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre," which starred Humphrey Bogart. Filmed in DeLuxe color in Atlanta and Memphis (which were used to simulate the East St. Louis setting). Additional song credits: Daddy Nitro performs with Ice T on "Depths of Hell;" "Quick Way Out" by W.C. and Coolio, performed by W.C. and The Maad Circle; "You Know What I'm About" by and performed by Lord Finesse; "Gotta Do What I Gotta Do" by (in addition to H. Shocklee) C. Ridenhour, G. G-Wiz, and K. Shocklee; "I'm Gonna Smoke Him" by Donald Lamont and Bilal Bashir, performed by Donald D; "Don't Be a 304" by Jason Lewis, performed by AMG; "I Check My Bank" by and performed by Sir Mix-A-Lot; "Gotta Get Over (Taking Loot)" by (in addition to Christopher Martin) Keith Elam, performed by Gang Starr; "On the Wall" by and performed by Black Sheep. Rated BBFC 18 by the British Board of Film Classification. Copyright 1992 Universal City Studios, Inc.View full details