<h1>In 1981, </h1> when the show returned from hiatus, <strong>B.J.</strong> had settled down to run Bear Enterprises, a trucking company based in Los Angeles. His nemesis was <em>Rutherford T. Grant</em> (Murray Hamilton), the corrupt head of the state's Special Crimes Action Team, who was a silent partner in a competing trucking company. <p>Because of Grant's harassment, B.J. was unable to hire experienced truckers, and he was forced to hire several beautiful young female truckers, including Grant's daughter Cindy (Sherilyn Wolter), and another busty blonde nicknamed "Stacks" (Judy Landers).</p>


<li>In 2006, Kurt Russell revealed that he was the director of Tombstone, not George P. Cosmatos, as credited.

</li> According to Russell, Cosmatos was recommended by Sylvester Stallone and was, in effect, a ghost director, much as he had been for Rambo: First Blood Part II. Russell said he promised Cosmatos he would keep it a secret as long as Cosmatos was alive; Cosmatos died in April 2005. Russell owns the rights to the masters and makes reference to possibly re-editing the film, as he was not originally involved in the editing.

<cite>Russell appeared as villain Stuntman Mike in Quentin Tarantino's segment Death Proof of the film Grindhouse. </cite> After a remake of Escape from New York was announced, Russell was reportedly furious over the casting of Gerard Butler for his signature character, Snake Plissken In late October 2007, Gerard withdrew from the Escape From New York remake due to creative differences.