Consider it changed; although I’m not terribly worried about it.
A few other pieces of trivia about that movie.
There’s also a clip of a major gun battle which was filmed here and represented a robbery gone bad someplace else. People falling off the roof of the bank after being shot and so on.
Ten years after the movie was filmed the bank was actually robbed. Some punks duct taped the bank owner and teller to chairs in the back room and took off. The car used was found in a small town 15 miles away and was reported stolen out of OK City.
In the chase scene with the Palacek Feed Mills visible there’s a large brick building in the background. That is the original manufacturing plant for Geronimo Motor Cars; named after the Apache leader who is buried at Fort Sill, OK.
They were manufactured from 1917 to 1920 and were pricey for their time; about 2 grand in 1920 before the new plant caught fire and burned to the ground. Insurance came nowhere close to covering it so they shut down for good.
Back in the 70s someone found a Geronimo sitting in a wheat field in KS with a tree growing through it. They took a chainsaw to the tree and brought the car back to Enid for restoring. It’s the only Geronimo in existence and the owners bring it out now and then for parades and historical functions.
The original manufacturing building still has “Geronimo Motor Cars” painted on the front and is in use as a machine shop. The city wants to level the building but there has been a lot of push back over this.